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La Nana Bayou Watershed Protection Plan earns EPA acceptance

On May 3 the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency accepted the La Nana Bayou Watershed Protection Plan, which was developed by TWRI, Stephen F. Austin State University, Angelina & Neches River Authority, and stakeholders of Nacogdoches County.

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EPA accepts San Fernando and Petronila Creeks Watershed Protection Plan

The San Fernando and Petronila Creeks Watershed Protection Plan has been reviewed and accepted by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, a major accomplishment for the coalition of local stakeholders and state officials who collaboratively created the science-based plan.

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It’s Water Quality Month and TWRI’s water team travels to the Texas coast

While August is Water Quality Month, the Texas Water Resources Institute’s water team is always working on water quality, traveling to watersheds throughout Texas. The team is on the road again — this time evaluating water quality near the Texas coast to support local stakeholders in their efforts to restore the water to good health.

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EPA accepts updated Arroyo Colorado Watershed Protection Plan

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has accepted the Update to the Arroyo Colorado Watershed Protection Plan, developed by the Arroyo Colorado Watershed Partnership, Texas Water Resources Institute and the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality.

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Navasota River watershed stakeholders invited to public planning meetings

The Texas Water Resources Institute (TWRI), Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service and Texas State Soil and Water Conservation Board are hosting two public meetings in July for anyone interested in improving and protecting water quality in the Navasota River and its watershed downstream of Lake Limestone. 

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