San Antonio River Foundation | Texas Public Radio

San Antonio River Foundation

Jack Morgan | Texas Public Radio

When the Museum Reach stretch of the San Antonio River was revitalized and opened to the public in May 2009, it turned the littered, scrub-choked waterway into a one-of-a-kind linear park. A decade later, one of the Reach's most interesting aspects still has a hidden mystery.


Norma Martinez

Artists and members of the community are coming together to create a massive public art installation for the San Antonio River Foundation.  Participants all have

a special connection to San Antonio and the Mission San Francisco de la Espada, which was built in 1731. 

TPR has been following the creation of  Arbol de la Vida: Voces de Tierra (http://tpr.org/post/arbol-de-la-vida-voces-de-tierra#stream/0).