Arroyo Colorado Watershed

The Arroyo Colorado Watershed Partnership, administered by the Texas Water Resources Institute, a unit of Texas A&M AgriLife, in cooperation with the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) and the Texas State Soil and Water Conservation Board (TSSWCB), is an innovative gathering of federal, state, and private organizations who meet to improve watershed health, integrate watershed management, and make better use of watershed project funding. The partnership focuses on the interrelated issues of water quantity (supply), water excess (flooding and drainage), habitat, and water quality, particularly runoff pollution concerns.

Jaime Flores
jjflores@ag.tamu.edu

Jaime Flores, TWRI program coordinator, serves as the watershed coordinator for the Arroyo Colorado Watershed Partnership.

Victor Gutierrez
victor.gutierrez@ag.tamu.edu

As an Extension associate for TWRI, Victor Gutierrez works on the Arroyo Colorado Watershed Protection Plan, specifically on the Cost Share Education project.

News


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.


The Lower Rio Grande Valley - Texas Pollutant Discharge Elimination System Stormwater Task Force hosted its 16th Annual Lower Rio Grande Valley Storm Water Runoff Management and Planning Conference April 8-11 on South Padre Island. The conference included sessions on stormwater regulations, permitting changes, watershed protection plans, floodplain management, low impact development, nonpoint source pollution and other water research. The conference culminated in the Second Annual LRGV-TPDES Stormwater Task Force Fishing Tournament to benefit the Arroyo Colorado Conservancy on April 12. 

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