The Texas Legislature has moved a step closer to funding critical water infrastructure projects. These three pieces of legislation combined will help fully fund the 2012 State Water Plan, protect us from future drought, and ensure future economic growth in Texas.
The US Drought Monitor reports that drought levels have decreased do to heavy rains in central and southeastern Texas.
This year is shaping up to be much like 2006 when growers were challenged by an extended drought which was only made worse by a severe lack of available irrigation water from the Rio Grande
The Trinity River Authority board approved an option agreement with the San Jacinto River Authority Monday for the sale of up to 50,000 acre-fee per year of water from Lake Livingston. The agreement represents a key step toward fully implementing the State Water Plan, establishing up to a 15-year option period for the two river [...]
Red River controversies stemming from the crest of European colonialism in North America have these enduring pedigrees, potentially affecting the lives of millions of people today. Perhaps a bit of historical reflection will shed some light on what circumstances created these conflicts and why they persist, more or less, in the Red River Basin.