- Helpful information for recovering from Harvey
After the devastating flooding during and in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey, Texas A&M AgriLife Today published a few articles to help those affected.
- Meet the new faces of TWRI’s water team
The Texas Water Resources Institute’s (TWRI) water team continues to increase its expertise and capabilities, adding three members within the last year.
- Maverick County agricultural irrigation field day set for Sept. 13 in Eagle Pass
The Texas Water Resources Institute is hosting an educational field day focusing on water conservation in irrigated agriculture for agricultural producers Sept. 13 in Eagle Pass.
- Conference outlines status, challenges, opportunities for Southern Plains ag, forestry
In view of changing economic and environmental factors, the Southern Plains Climate Hub of the U.S. Department of Agriculture Agricultural Research Service sponsored a conference, “Resilient Southern Plains Agriculture and Forestry in a Varying and Changing Climate,” July 18-19 in El Reno, Oklahoma.
- Professionals discuss watershed planning, water quality issues at roundtable
The Texas Watershed Coordinator Roundtable, hosted by Texas Water Resources Institute (TWRI), was held July 26 in College Station. The roundtable, held biannually, featured presentations by watershed and natural resource professionals from across the state.
- Partnership presents workshop, offers assistance for septic system repairs, replacements
The Attoyac Bayou Watershed Partnership is addressing homeowner septic systems in the watershed by hosting a training on maintaining septic systems and initiating a repair and replacement program to help improve and protect the watershed’s water quality.
- Riparian, stream ecosystem workshop set for Lockhart
The Texas Water Resources Institute’s Texas Riparian and Stream Ecosystem Education Program will host a free workshop Sept. 26 in the Plum Creek watershed for area residents interested in land and water stewardship.
- Texas Water Journal publishes Texas legislative wrap-up
The Texas Water Journal recently published a commentary by four water-related organizations that work closely with the Texas Legislature. The Texas Water Conservation Association; Sierra Club, Lone Star Chapter; Texas Water Infrastructure Network and Texas Alliance of Groundwater Districts provided their take on the changes to Texas water policy and law that were made during the 85th Texas Legislative Session.