Our Water Sustainability Program centers on securing adequate municipal, industrial and agricultural water supplies to meet the increased demand from Texas’ growing population. Learn more.
Since 2003, the Ogallala Aquifer Program (OAP) has provided permanent federal funding to a research consortium for numerous research projects on water conservation.
The Ogallala Water CAP is a multi-disciplinary collaborative effort, focused on developing and sharing practical, science-supported information relevant to best management practices for optimizing water use across the Ogallala region.
The Diversifying the Water Portfolio for Agriculture in the Rio Grande Basin, a Coordinated Agriculture Project (CAP), seeks to explore various water management strategies by evaluating the use of alternative technologies to identify the most efficient and cost-effective use of water.
The Transboundary Water Portal is a data center created by the Texas Water Resources Institute with the purpose to integrate and share data related to transboundary surface water and groundwater resources between Mexico and the United States.