Project Playback: Goat Cave Karst Preserve

2018-01-31T15:56:51+00:00 June 21st, 2017|Project Playback|

Grant applied toward new kiosk, benches and educational signage at Goat Cave Karst Preserve  Goat Cave Karst Preserve, a 9 acre preserve in Southwest Austin, may look like just another backyard greenbelt, but it is actually home to an intricate cave system. Save Barton Creek Association applied and was awarded a community grant from our ACL [...]

Supporting Monarch Populations on Public Lands

2017-06-27T10:54:41+00:00 April 26th, 2016|ACL Music Festival Grants, Education, It's My Park! Day, National Public Lands Day, National Trails Day, Volunteer|

As part of our first-ever Neighborhood Grant award announcements, we told you a little about one of the very special projects we are funding here in Austin - the Wildflower Seeding Initiative. The focus of the project is to plant wildflowers in parks and on public lands, both to increase the native plant population, and to [...]

ACL Grants Program Adds Two New Grants for a total of $400,000 in 2016

2017-06-27T10:58:59+00:00 February 16th, 2016|ACL Music Festival Grants, APF News, Support Our Parks|

ACL Fest Grant Program has Invested $2.5 Million Into Austin’s Public Parks Since 2006; ACL Total Austin Parks Support $20 Million Austin Parks Foundation (APF) is proud to offer more funding to local park projects through its Austin City Limits (ACL) Music Festival Grants Program this year. The 2016 grant pool totals $400,000 (a $25,000 [...]

#ACLRocks Day 2 – Walnut Creek Metro Park

2017-06-27T11:16:22+00:00 October 3rd, 2015|ACL Music Festival Grants, Austin City Limits Music Festival, Special Projects, Support Our Parks|

In our second installment of #ACLRocks we wanted to take you on a trip to Walnut Creek Metro Park. Situated near the intersection of N Lamar and Parmer, this beloved stretch of green space has been the site of many Austin Parks Foundation projects over the years, and thanks to ACL Music Festival we have [...]