Articles in this water utility-themed issue:
- 10 Challenges of Water Utilities: Aging infrastructure, financing top the list
- Water, but No Workers: Higher education systems are looking to help fill the water and wastewater industry workforce gap
- Giving Water an Upgrade: Automation technologies give water utilities cost-, water-saving data
- Engineer + Conservationist: Texas Water Development Board member Kathleen Jackson combines passion and profession in her work
- Wearing Multiple Hats: Smaller utilities encounter numerous challenges
- Investing in H2O: Water utilities balance financial, social, political challenges
- Diversifying Water Portfolios: Two Texas water utilities use ‘out-of-the-box’ strategies to ensure future supplies
- Creating a Splash: A Texas city solves water problem, wins award
- 10 Courses in 10 Years: Texas Watershed Planning Program benefits watershed coordinators statewide
TWRI interviewed experts from the Texas A&M University, Texas A&M Engineering Extension Service, Texas A&M University-San Antonio, Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, Texas Water Development Board, Arlington Water Utilities, Lubbock Water Department, El Paso Water, San Antonio Water System and the City of Lago Vista.
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txH2O magazine features stories on current water resources research and outreach programs in Texas and priority water issues facing the state.