Texas Attorney General, Ken Paxton, recently issued an opinion regarding the ability of a Texas Groundwater Conservation District to limit the definition of ?agricultural crop? under its rules. [Read full opinion here.]? Although not binding on a court, this opinion could potentially impact GCDs and producers around the state. Background Senator Bob Hall, Chair of the Texas Senate Committee on Agriculture requested an opinion from Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton on an interesting legal question.? Specifically, Senator Hall wanted to know how the Attorney General thought a court… Read More ?
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The Lower Colorado River Authority and a Bastrop County homeowners association have reached an agreement amid a groundwater pumping permit dispute that has been ongoing since last year.The river authority and the Circle D Civic Association signed a memorandum of understanding last month that will ensure the river authority won?t cause nuisances if it is awarded a permit to pump groundwater from a property in close proximity to the Circle D subdivision. In exchange, the homeowners
Water conservation efforts by BV WaterSmart reduce water waste by two months supply in College Station. Click to learn more!
As the San Antonio Water System dips its toe into selling water further outside its service territory, big questions are emerging.
A Texas A&M program makes it easy for you to know how much to water your lawn, avoiding unnecessary over-watering.
Victoria County is trying to encourage companies to use brackish groundwater.
In the tug-of-war over groundwater between two Central Texas counties, he who pumps the most, wins. At least until everyone loses. In the tug-of-war over groundwater between two Central Texas counties, he who pumps the most, wins. At least until everyone loses.