Now What Happens?

It will be approximately 180 days before the judge renders a decision in the matter. But now that the six-month legal fight has begun, fundraising for legal fees and scientific experts is critical.

Were You Named an Affected Party?

On Wednesday, the judge instructed individuals who are named affected parties to align with a group. (The judge’s written order listing all affected parties is available here.)

Alignment with Us

Stop 3009 Vulcan Quarry/Friends of Dry Comal Creek is represented by a leading environmental law firm, Frederick, Perales, Allmon & Rockwell, who will be building the case, writing briefs, conducting discovery and deposition on the applicant, organizing expert testimony, documents, and more. Aligning with our group allows you to remain involved as a named affected party—and at a much lower cost to you in time and dollars.

Important to Know

Our attorney represents our group as a whole—not any one individual. Cost for legal representation and scientific experts in the six-month contested case hearing is estimated at $150,000. So far, we have raised over $30,000 and invested over 10,000 volunteer hours.

Not Named an Affected Party?

If you couldn’t make the meeting on Wednesday, you aren’t an officially named party—even though you are sure to be affected by Vulcan’s quarry! But you can stay in the game by becoming a contributor. We will carry on the fight for you—but we need your help!

How to Contribute

The minimum contribution to align or become a contributor is $500 per household.

To contribute by check (no credit card fees), make your check payable to and mail to: Stop 3009 Vulcan Quarry, P. O. Box 310431, New Braunfels, TX 78131.

To contribute by credit card online (fees are deducted), click here.

To inquire about a payment plan, please contact

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Preserve Our Hill Country Environment Foundation (DBA Stop 3009 Vulcan Quarry, Friends of Dry Comal Creek) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization formed to preserve, protect, and restore the land, water, air, wildlife, unique features, and quality of life in the Texas Hill Country from the aggressive and insufficiently regulated expansion of the aggregate industry. Contributions to Preserve Our Hill Country Environment Foundation are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law.