“It would not surprise me if this summer ended up being the second-hottest summer on record for the state,” says state climatologist and Texas A&M professor John Nielsen-Gammon.
In a significant decision governing water rights issues, the Supreme Court of Texas has ruled in a McLennan County case that state district courts – not the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality – has jurisdiction over water rights ownership disputes in Texas.
Allen Berthold ‘08, Ph.D., has been named interim director of the Texas Water Resources Institute, TWRI; his term began June 1.
Groundwater supplies in southwestern Travis County continue to deplete as local entities struggle to manage a public resource trapped beneath private properties.
Hundreds of wildfires have broken out this spring. More than a dozen areas are under voluntary or mandatory water use restrictions, and more than 200 Texas counties have been designated as crop disas…
The city’s water utility is inching toward its goal to store 60,000 acre feet in underground potable water reserves by 2040, according to a briefing delivered to the Austin Water Oversight Committee on Wednesday. The ambitious 20-year project will be…
The city of Alice joined with a private company to drill for brackish water and build a reverse osmosis plant to turn that water into City drinking water.
Staff Report WIMBERLEY – A proposed quarry and rock crushing plant in Hays County is not getting the green light from all sides. The… #BartonSpringsEdwardsAquifer #BlancoRiver #CleanWaterAct
Desalination plant to address drought concerns in Corpus Christi