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A talk by Tiffany Cousins, the participatory GIS specialist who created the 2016 maps, and Jennifer Chenoweth. Sat., May 14, noon, Beverly S. Sheffield Education Center.

A panel discussion on art projects about Barton Springs with Laura Dunn, Karen Kocher, and Will Van Overbeek, followed by a 1:15pm screening of Laura Dunn's The Unforeseen, a documentary about development issues affecting the Edwards Aquifer. Sun., May 15, noon, Umlauf Sculpture Garden & Museum, 600 Robert E. Lee.

Interactive scale mapping event: Sat.-Sun., May 21-22, 11am, on the lawn near the Barton Springs Pool bathhouse.

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