TPWD’s Texas the State of Flowing Water documentary to air Feb. 12
Texas the State of Flowing Water will air at 8 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 12 on all Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) stations in Texas. It is the fourth in an award-winning series of water resource documentaries produced by Texas Parks and Wildlife Department (TPWD) and broadcast in partnership with PBS stations.
Texas the State of Flowing Water examines water resource threats facing Texas and looks at what people can do to protect the state’s most precious natural resource. The documentary features images of rivers, springs, bays, and estuaries, plus interviews with a wide array of experts, stakeholders, and policy makers.
The one-hour TV program is part of a broader TPWD public information initiative begun with a special water resource issue of Texas Parks & Wildlife magazine in July 2002. The initiative also includes radio, Internet, and other components.