A Fort Stockton pecan grower is pushing local officials to adopt stricter groundwater pumping rules out of concern for the health of the local aquifer.
A Washington Post investigation in July found that state land planners had raised alarms about the deal since its start in 2015.
Monarchs need lots of nectar and water to help them survive their journey south but because it’s been so dry, they’re having trouble finding food.
After a long summer of extreme heat, Texas has been battered by a lingering drought that’s damaging crops, drying up water supplies and causing wildfires.
The Gonzales Economic Development Corporation Board (GEDC) met for its regularly scheduled meeting Monday, Sept. 25. The GEDC board invited a special guest to make public comments before the …
CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas — There were a number of residents who were excited to help celebrate the groundbreaking for the state’s very first public/private partnership that will see a reverse osmosis plant built here.
After getting the green light by area cities, an aquifer storage and recovery project for Fort Cavazos got the ultimate go-ahead Wednesday after the Bell County Water Control and Improvement District No. 1 approved the consulting fees for Austin-based Intera Incorporated and the contract for Andrews and Foster of Athens for drilling services.
Pecan trees are dying across Central Texas during the second-hottest summer on record, prompting farmers to consider the future of the beloved state tree.