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About

About Living Springs

Begun in 2010, LIVING SPRINGS is an on-going documentary project to collect, present and preserve the many stories of Barton Springs. Living Springs comprises:

  • a website
  • an interactive installation at the Splash! into the Edwards aquifer exhibit
  • a series for public television
  • summer screening series at Barton Springs
  • a You Tube Channel
  • an archive of original video interviews and supporting footage from the 1990s-present

A new film in the series

 Origins of a Green Identity : Austin's Conservation Pioneers 

As part of our ongoing efforts to document the history of Barton Springs and the aquifer lands, we are currently entering the final stages of a new hour-long historical film in the series, Origins of a Green Identity: Austin's Conservation Pioneers.  The film explores Austin's early efforts to preserve Barton Springs and Barton Creek, and ultimately to develop a city with publicly-accessible green spaces along Austin's waterways. 

Over the past 24 months, deep archival research and over 15 interviews have been conducted to create this film. We have raised over $125,000 in cash and $98,000 in-kind to get to where we are. 

We are now sitting with a fine edit with archival elements researched and ready to license. We're launching this Kickstarter to get Origins of a Green Identity across the finish line and ready for our PBS broadcast late this Spring.

Our goal is to raise the last $15,000 which will pay for archival footage licenses and an amazing musical score by composer, Graham Reynolds. If you can contribute to help us make our all-or-nothing goal, we would be exceedingly grateful. If you are social media-oriented, feel free to share and comment on our posts.

All contributions over $100 are tax deductible. If you prefer to contribute by check, make it out to Save Barton Creek Association. Mail it to Karen Kocher 2014 Enfield Rd. 78703

Thanks to the City of Austin, Still Water Foundation, Shield Ayres Foundation, Austin Community Foundation, Humanities Texas, Mary and Thomas Grasselli Foundation, Creekmore and Adele Fath Foundation, Save Barton Creek Association, Philadelphia Foundation, Peggy O'Shaughnessy and Claire Rivers Fund, the University of Texas at Austin, Department of Radio-TV-Film, and so many generous individuals who have helped us get this far!  Thank YOU!!

The story

Beverly Sheffield, Austin Parks and Recreation Director and Roberta Crenshaw, Chairman of the Austin Parks Board
Beverly Sheffield, Austin Parks and Recreation Director and Roberta Crenshaw, Chairman of the Austin Parks Board

Two primary architects at the center of efforts to protect Barton Springs, Barton Creek and to clean up and develop Ladybird lake were Chairman of the Austin Parks Board, Roberta Crenshaw and Director of the Austin Parks and Recreation Department, Beverly Sheffield

Together they worked for over two decades to raise awareness about the ways in which Austin's post-war growth was threatening Barton Springs, Barton Creek, and indeed all of Austin's waterways. Another key aspect of their continued efforts was to purchase lands for the public along Austin's creeks, and to fight against the privatization of open space along these waterways. While Austin today prides itself on its parks and a green sensibility, in their day, Beverly and Roberta were working against the status-quo; a time when real estate and development interests steered the ship in Austin's city politics.

Roberta Crenshaw was the name by which most people remember Bobbie. Charles Crenshaw was her third husband. Before that she was married to Malcolm Reed and after that to Fagan Dickson. It was during her marriage to Fagan Dickson that she was most active on conservation issues
Roberta Crenshaw was the name by which most people remember Bobbie. Charles Crenshaw was her third husband. Before that she was married to Malcolm Reed and after that to Fagan Dickson. It was during her marriage to Fagan Dickson that she was most active on conservation issues

Roberta was a visionary thinker and woman of high society who refused to be intimidated, even as she clashed repeatedly with powerful political and business interests. Roberta’s principle ambition was to preserve the best green open spaces for the citizens of Austin to use and enjoy regardless of their social or economic status. She fought tirelessly to safeguard Austin’s natural treasures from the ill-effects of rapid and unregulated growth, even while facing open hostility and sexism.  She had many successes but made some missteps along the way. It is perhaps due to the bridges that she burned that her efforts related to Austin's conservation scene are little remembered.

Beverly Sheffield 1920s as a young lifeguard (far left). He was Director of the Austin Park and Recreation Department from 1946-1973
Beverly Sheffield 1920s as a young lifeguard (far left). He was Director of the Austin Park and Recreation Department from 1946-1973

Beverly Sheffield, fueled by his love of the out-of-doors, and driven by a deeply spiritual motivation, worked from within the system as the Director of the Parks and Recreation Department. Together Roberta and Beverly sounded the alarm bells, drawing attention to the need to protect Barton Springs and Barton Creek before they were destroyed by Austin’s rapid growth, and cut off from public access. They both struggled to get the City Council to put money behind the land purchases necessary to preserve the Barton Creek watershed from rapid urbanization.

Beverly Sheffield as a young man along with a hymn found in his papers at the Austin History Center. The hymn by John Oxenham was written in 1913 and appeared in the 1930 New Hymnal for American Youth
Beverly Sheffield as a young man along with a hymn found in his papers at the Austin History Center. The hymn by John Oxenham was written in 1913 and appeared in the 1930 New Hymnal for American Youth

Roberta, for her part, challenged businessmen who wanted to transform the shores of Town Lake into a privately-owned amusement park and run motor boats along its length. She campaigned for the city to buy open tracts of land, develop park trail systems, and create pollution regulations. Perhaps most notably, Roberta Crenshaw pioneered the concept of creating an environmental ombudsman within the city and developing environmental regulations that would eventually earn Austin a reputation as one of the nation’s most progressive environmental municipalities of the time.  

Roberta Fagan Dickson didn't hesitate to speak her mind when she felt that the Parks and Recreation Department was getting overlooked. PARD Scrapbooks at the Austin History Center have provided a ready source of information for our research.
Roberta Fagan Dickson didn't hesitate to speak her mind when she felt that the Parks and Recreation Department was getting overlooked. PARD Scrapbooks at the Austin History Center have provided a ready source of information for our research.

When it was clear that the idea of a parkway along Barton Creek would not become a reality, Roberta along with other prominent Austinites sued the landowners along Barton Creek to gain public control of the land. This decision was perhaps the beginning of Austin's pro-growth vs. controlled growth politics that still exist today. Sheffield tried to get the City of Austin to pass a flood plain ordinance to regulate what developers could do on their land, an unpopular proposal in its time.

Austin-American Statesman February 6, 1970 Barton Creek flood plain map
Austin-American Statesman February 6, 1970 Barton Creek flood plain map

Roberta and her fellow progressives felt a tremendous responsibility and burden to work in great haste. In their minds, the stakes were extremely high. They believed that if the proper protections were not put in place immediately, the most beautiful parts of Austin would be lost forever. Time would show, however, that the level of intensity they put into their work could not be sustained, forcing them to step back for a time for reasons including health and personal well-being. 

Roberta Fagan Dickson went from club to club to raise awareness about the need for conservation.
Roberta Fagan Dickson went from club to club to raise awareness about the need for conservation.

Harnessing the energy of a burgeoning environmental awareness locally and nationally, by the early 70s, this band of preservationists had already made many significant strides. Their efforts set the stage for a city that valued, as a central tenet, the preservation of public open space and waterways.

Remarkably, Roberta embarked on the majority of her work before environmentalism was a mainstream term. Certainly, had she and Beverly not laid the essential groundwork at such an early phase in Austin’s development, it would not be the city it is today. The enduring natural state of Barton Creek and Barton Springs, for instance, can be traced directly back to their tireless efforts beginning five decades ago. Our video reveals for the first time in a documentary format Crenshaw and Sheffield’s critical roles in the shaping of Austin’s identity as a City with green at its heart.

Some amazing and generous folks have donated their time and talent so that we can offer you some fun and fulfilling rewards. Thanks to: 

  •  Texas River School for the Moonlight Bat Float tickets
  • Max Woodfin, volunteer extraordinaire for the guided tour of the Blunn Creek Nature Preserve
  • Dr. Kevin Anderson, Director of City of Austin Center for Environmental Research for his Eastern Springs of Travis County boat float. 
  • Laurie Dries, Ph.D. biologist for her Springs of Barton nature walk.
  • Clark Hancock, President of the Save Barton Creek Association for offering nature and interpretive tours and hikes. 
  • Artist Omid Laridjani for creating exclusive, original art for us.
  • Photographer, Anthony Maddaloni for contributing some of his amazing photos and allowing us to make some cool, quality stickers from them. 

Even if you can't contribute, we hope you'll spend time surfing through the rewards list to get to know some of the generous nature-lovers who support what we are doing. 

Omid Laridjani 5" x 7" framed print of "Lovin' me some Springs"
Omid Laridjani 5" x 7" framed print of "Lovin' me some Springs"
"Loop Road, Smithville" 11"x 14" print on metal
"Loop Road, Smithville" 11"x 14" print on metal

Karen Kocher, the creator and producer of LIVING SPRINGS was born under the Chinese sign of the Ox. Being “diligent, determined and trustworthy,” are the perfect traits for this documentary media producer since she has been building a big community including family, friends and complete strangers to get her “save the world, one-film-at-a-time,” projects completed.

Karen Kocher, creator of Living Springs documentary project
Karen Kocher, creator of Living Springs documentary project

In 2008, she developed Zilker Trek, an innovative iPod-based scavenger hunt/nature journaling project that brought new media into the hands of under-served kids at the Austin Sunshine camps and to the general public online in 2009. Her Austin Past and Present, is a cutting-edge interactive documentary that brings history into unlikely places, like Austin City Hall and the baggage claim at the Austin-Bergstrom International airport. Ms. Kocher has been teaching interactive digital storytelling and digital post-production for the Department of Radio, Television and Film at the U.T. Austin since 1998.

When Producer Susanne Mason is not producing her own amazing work, including the startling, Writ Writer, she is an ace archival gumshoe, tracking down key image and motion picture elements with the precision only a Virgo can bring to such work.

Monica Flores, writer and co-conspirator on Origins of a Green Identity has written and produced for commercial and public broadcast. In addition to the scriptwriting and producing that she has done for Living Springs, she was also the scriptwriter for many of the short documentaries that comprise, Austin Past and Present (2006) She also worked with Galán Productions in a number of roles from Producer, to Unit Production Manager and Production Coordinator on such award-winning PBS series and shows as Chicano! A history of the Mexican-American Civil Rights Movement 1996, Songs of the Homeland, 1994 and Go Back to Mexico, 1994. Monica Flores has an M.A. in Journalism from U.T. and a Bachelor of Arts in English & Spanish Cum Laude from Wellesley College.  

The editing team on a rare break from their windowless room. Sandra Guardado, Karen Kocher, Jackie Kuenstler and recent U.T. graduate, Ariana Avalos
The editing team on a rare break from their windowless room. Sandra Guardado, Karen Kocher, Jackie Kuenstler and recent U.T. graduate, Ariana Avalos

Sandra Guardado is a storyteller’s editor, able to find the perfect sound bite from even the most long-winded, round about interviews. She has also won an Emmy which isn't too shabby. 

Producer Susanne Mason, Editor Sandra Guardado and Creator/Producer Karen Kocher (in santa hat) get ready to take a polar bear plunge to celebrate the New Year!
Producer Susanne Mason, Editor Sandra Guardado and Creator/Producer Karen Kocher (in santa hat) get ready to take a polar bear plunge to celebrate the New Year!

Deb Lewis, cinematographer extraordinare!, has a wealth of documentary shooting under her belt including P.O.V. and Independent Lens broadcast films. She's been involved with LIVING SPRINGS since the beginning and is an expert at keeping the sun off her head using her array of hats and umbrellas. 

DP Deb Lewis and Sound Recordist Justin Hennard hard at work on LIVING SPRINGS
DP Deb Lewis and Sound Recordist Justin Hennard hard at work on LIVING SPRINGS

Matthew Koshmrl, D.P. is an award-winning filmmaker and cinematographer with an MFA from the University of Texas at Austin. Always up for whatever Karen throws at him including treks through fields laden with chiggers and wading into uncharted waters along Austin's creeks. In 2016 he received the Antarctic Service Medal from the United States Congress when he was commissioned by the National Science Foundation to travel to the Antarctic Peninsula to film a paleontological expedition.  

Director, Karen Kocher and D.P. Matt Kosmrl
Director, Karen Kocher and D.P. Matt Kosmrl

Risks and challenges

As with any project we cannot guarantee completion or delivery by any certain date should unforeseen events arise. For example, the government shut down closed the LBJ library and archives so our archive will be a little slower in coming than we thought. That said, with 27 episodes complete and available online we've got a great track record of fundraising, finishing our work, and getting it out to the public. We've worked tirelessly to get LIVING SPRINGS this far and our dedication to completing the project continues!

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    Patryce King's "Magical Moonlight" digital playlist

    LIVING SPRINGS HOWL + We'll share our amazing Spotify playlist for those Austin full moon nights! The extremely talented pianist, Patryce King, has generously curated her own dream set of magical moonlight tunes exclusively for LIVING SPRINGS supporters to enjoy!

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    Vintage DVDs of "Water Works"

    A LIVING SPRINGS HOWL + a limited edition vintage DVD of LIVING SPRINGS subject, Water Works. "Water Works: Dances at Barton Springs Pool" features aquatic ballet performances from 1985 & 1996. As the Austin Chronicle said, "somewhere between a synchronized swimming routine in an Esther Williams musical and a game of follow-the-leader at a kids' pool party...Water Works celebrated what this city loves about the springs..."

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    A LIVING SPRINGS HOWL + a limited-edition 5' x 7" framed print of LIVING SPRINGS Omid Laridjani's Barton Springs art featuring his didgeridoo and the Barton Springs salamander.
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    LIVING SPRINGS HOWL + a guided boat tour of Travis County's Eastern springs, Austin's other aquifer aka the Colorado River alluvial aquifer. Your guide is Kevin Anderson, a true renaissance man with a broad knowledge of the natural world. Come out to explore the boat paths not taken in Central Texas! Date: Saturday, April 6th Rain Date Saturday, April 13th from 9am-2 p.m. Bring water and a sack lunch. A film credit is also part of this reward.

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    A Living Springs HOWL+credit in our film+an 11"x14" print on metal of this amazing image by photographer Mike Rieman. "Smithville Loop Road"

    Mike Rieman is a native Austinite and has been swimming in Barton Springs since 1957. Mike is a wildlife photographer and bass player, currently touring with Grammy Award winner Rick Trevino.

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    A LIVING SPRINGS HOWL & a 4 Springs at Barton's interpretive walk can be yours!

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    You and up to 7 friends can become the smartest kids on your block after this 2-hour tour. Bring water and snacks (if you please) Sunday, March 10th with a rain date of March 17th.

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    LIVING SPRINGS HOWL + a guided hike for you and up to 5 others of Barton's 4 springs featuring information about the endangered Barton Springs salamander. Get to know your amphibious, fellow-Austinite with biologist and LIVING SPRINGS subject, Laurie Dries. We'll start at 9a and the hike will last about 2 hours. Come in your suit prepared to swim AND walk! Come out to learn about the springs and their role in protecting this threatened species! Date to be determined. A film credit is also part of this reward.

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    Only in Austin - various dates will be available.The evening begins at 6 or 6:30 (depending on the time of year – earlier in the Spring and Fall) with check-in on the dock at the Texas Rowing Center.
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    Guided hike Blunn Creek Nature Preserve

    LIVING SPRINGS HOWL and join veteran Blunn Creek Nature Preserve volunteer, Max Woodfin for an informal stroll through this South Austin treasure for you and up to 9 others. Get a first-hand look at how volunteers and the Austin Parks and Recreation Department are cooperating to restore a stream and its environment after decades of degradation.
    The hike will take place Sunday March 31. Rain date is April 7 at 9 a.m.
    Max is a Certified Master Naturalist, active with the Capital Area Master Naturalists. He has lived in Travis Heights, a neighborhood adjacent to the Blunn Creek Preserve for more than 30 years. Max has written about environmental and natural resources issues both as a journalist and a consultant. He served on the City of Austin’s Resource Management Commission for 13 years, and was an executive at both the Texas Water Commission (precursor to the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality) and the Texas Department of Agriculture. A film credit is also part of this reward.

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