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AMI technology can help water utilities be more efficient, and it can encourage residents to conserve water. Read about our AMI workshops across the state in the April issue of Conservation Matters, TWRI and IRNR’s monthly newsletter.

April 2015 CM - AMI Workshops

The Winter 2014 issue of txH2O focuses on the key connection between rural private lands, and land and water stewardship.

Winter 2014 tx H2O

The Buck Creek Watershed Protection Plan was recently accepted by the U.S. EPA for meeting its guidelines for WPPs and outlining a strategy to reduce nonpoint source pollution.

Buck Creek WPP

Dr. Susan Stuver of Texas A&M Institute of Renewable Natural Resources explains a simple water testing kit that can be used as a screening tool for groundwater or surface water quality.

Stuver Video - Water Kit

Summer internships available
TWRI has two open summer 2015 student internship positions for a water quality monitoring project in the Bryan/College Station area. Learn more.

Water Resources Competitive Grants Program
The FY2015 IWR/NIWR RFP is currently open with proposals due to TWRI by July 13 to be submitted to IWR. Learn more

Upcoming Training Courses

Our training program markets and adminsters short courses on diverse natural resource and water related topics. See a full schedule or subscribe to receive updates about new courses.

Recent Publications

Conservation Matters

Conservation Matters covers the latest research and education news about land, water and wildlife in Texas and beyond state lines.


txH2O magazine features current water resources research, outreach programs, and issues in Texas.

Texas Water Journal

The Texas Water Journal is an online, peer-reviewed journal devoted to water resources management and policy issues.

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