- Aggies at World Water Congress: TWRI and TAMU personnel lead discussions at international gathering
Texas Water Resources Institute (TWRI) researchers and Texas A&M University faculty and students participated in the XVI World Water Congress, hosted by the International Water Resources Association (IWRA) and held in Cancun, Mexico, May 29-June 3.
- USDA-NIFA $5-million grant awarded to TWRI-led Rio Grande Basin water and agriculture project
A team of researchers representing various Texas A&M entities and the New Mexico Water Resources Institute has been awarded a $5 million four-year grant from the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s National Institute of Food and Agriculture to address water challenges in the Rio Grande Basin.
- Meet a scientist: Rosario Sanchez-Flores
Dr. Rosario Sanchez-Flores, a Texas Water Resources Institute research scientist, is using science to tackle a major source of uncertainty affecting agriculture and water security along the Texas-Mexico border: transboundary aquifers.
- Infographic: TWRI by the numbers in 2016
The Texas Water Resources Institute has published its latest annual report, highlighting some of our major project accomplishments from 2016.
- Ogallala Aquifer 101: get an overview of current research projects on this groundwater giant
Stretching from Texas to South Dakota, the Ogallala Aquifer is the largest underground water reservoir in the United States. Multiple research and outreach efforts are working to ensure the sustainable use of these groundwater resources.
- Well owners invited to low-cost water screenings and trainings in Fredericksburg, Wimberley
The Texas Well Owner Network will be having free water well trainings July 26 in Fredericksburg and July 27 in Wimberley for anyone interested in private water well management.
- Public invited to watershed meetings June 29 in Edna and July 13 in Nacogdoches
The Texas Water Resources Institute (TWRI) water team is holding two watershed planning-based meetings in the coming weeks.