Economic Development Corporation of Weslaco(EDC)-Weslaco, Tx-The Economic Development Corporation of Weslaco (EDC) is a non-profit corporation dedicated to the creation of jobs through recruitment of new industry and helping existing companies relocate and/or expand. Our objective is job creation and adding wealth to the city of Weslaco. The Economic Development Corporation of Weslaco serves as a catalyst in increasing economic wealth and growth in Weslaco by fostering a positive business environment; assisting and facilitating investment in business interests in Weslaco; and adding value to Weslaco’s tax base. Centered for Business in the Rio Grande Valley
Chamber of Commerce – Weslaco, TX – Find out more about what’s available in the great city of Weslaco! The Chamber’s website lists available hotels, bird watching events, and economic statistics for the area.
Valley Chamber – Events Calendar – For a listing of notable events throughout the Rio Grande Valley see the Rio Grande Valley Partnership Chamber of Commerce calendar.
RGV Livestock Show – Mercedes, TX – Available for your perusal, the schedule for the biggest annual event in the Rio Grande Valley! Rodeo, music performances, magic acts, and of course, livestock judging and carnival rides and games, the RGV Livestock Show is where it’s at!
WorldWeb.com – Weslaco, TX – Travel guide and tourism tips from WorldWeb.com for the Rio Grande Valley. Although not many events are listed now, it should be updated in the future.
Estero Llano Grande-Weslaco, Tx-At the geographic center of the World Birding Center network, Estero Llano Grande in Weslaco attracts a spectacular array of South Texas wildlife with its varied landscape of shallow lake, woodlands and thorn forest. Even beginning birders and nature lovers will enjoy exploring this 230 plus-acre refuge, which is convenient to all the Rio Grande Valley has to offer.
Frontera Audubon-Weslaco, Tx-Frontera Audubon is 15-acre nature preserve in the heart of the City of Weslaco in the Rio Grande Valley of South Texas providing a haven for birds, butterflies and other wildlife that thrive among the native habitats of its Tamaulipan Thornscrub forest, orchard butterfly garden, wetlands, and ponds.