This story was originally published by Inside Climate News in collaboration with Mitch Borden, a reporter at Marfa Public Radio. Ed Puckett helps
Source: How State Regulators Allowed a Fading West Texas Town to Go Over Four Years Without Safe Drinking Water | The Daily Yonder
This site would be different than the proposed desalination plants in the inner harbor and La Quinta Channel. This new site would be limited to producing 20 million gallons a day.
Source: Corpus Christi exploring third water desalination site
In 2021, Texas gained an astounding new 300,000 Texans. Not only are people coming to the Lone Star State, but large corporations are now calling Texas home as well. This massive growth brings a multitude of challenges with it, including a looming water crisis.
Source: Opinion: Smart water strategies are crucial to Texas’ prosperity
Since 1993, World Water Day is observed around the globe. It’s a day when water municipalities in states coping with drought can focus on strategies to protect
Source: World Water Day: Three sectors stressing the panhandle’s water supply | KVII
Record snowfall and rain have helped to loosen drought’s grip on parts of the western U.S. as national forecasters and climate experts warned Thursday that some areas should expect more flooding as the snow begins to melt.
Source: Groundwater, reservoir levels remain at historic lows, but rainwater and flooding should help
Voters would have the final say on whether the state sets aside billions of dollars to acquire new water sources and invest in aging infrastructure.
Source: Texas water legislation clears key Senate committee | The Texas Tribune
Farmers in Gillespie County are dealing with a slow rain start to the year and seeing less than half the average rainfall they usually get.
Source: Years of drought forcing farmers to make changes to water crops in Gillespie County