- New txH2O spotlights water seed grant-funded TAMUS inventions and technologies
The Texas Water Resources Institute has published the spring 2016 issue of txH2O magazine, featuring research projects from throughout The Texas A&M University System (TAMUS) funded by the inaugural round of water research seed grants.
- TWRI monitors progress of White Creek tributary restoration efforts
On the sprawling Texas A&M University campus, a tributary of White Creek begins near the Horticulture/Forest Science Building and flows into White Creek just before the George Bush Presidential Library and Museum.
- Meet a scientist: Daniel Roelke
From the Sea of Galilee in Israel, to the northern Gulf of Mexico, to a neotropical river in Venezuela, Dr. Daniel Roelke’s research has led him all over the world — in pursuit of species smaller than a drop of water.
- RFP: Annual Army Corps of Engineers Institute for Water Resources grants
- Courses in Dallas June 13-14 will spotlight stakeholder engagement
The Texas Water Resources Institute (TWRI) Texas Watershed Planning Program is hosting a two-course series on watershed stakeholder engagement for water and natural resources professionals June 13-14 in Dallas.
- TWRI hosting three summer meetings on improving Tres Palacios Creek water quality
The Texas Water Resources Institute (TWRI) is hosting three meetings this summer for anyone interested in improving and protecting the Tres Palacios Creek watershed along the Texas Gulf Coast.
- Texas landowners earn Lone Star Land Steward Awards for conservation efforts
Every year, the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department (TPWD), in partnership with the Texas Parks and Wildlife Foundation, honors landowners from across the state with the Lone Star Land Steward Award for their contributions to natural resource conservation and management.
- TWDB officially adopts 2017 State Water Plan
The Texas Water Development Board (TWDB) unanimously voted to adopt the 2017 State Water Plan at its May 19 meeting.