Leading the charge in conserving water for future generations in the Texas Panhandle is a constant battle. C. E. Williams a farmer by trade spent decades exploring and implementing water conservation while working as the General Manager of a district that started operating in 1956. “What’s your most important function and I said conservation of the water,” said C. E. Williams, retired from Panhandle Groundwater District. For decades C. E.
International officials must work together to research and conserve shared groundwater supplies, experts from New Mexico, Texas and the Mexican state of Chihuah
Studying the area’s groundwater recharge and spring hydrochemistry, the project is one of 20 nationwide projects receiving funding from the Bureau of Reclamation.
An 8-year-old Supreme Court lawsuit about a dispute over groundwater pumping on the Rio Grande between Texas and New Mexico is making its way to trial.
Even Texas Water Supply’s largest customers are upset with the company and want out of their contracts.
A new EDF report outlines common ground among diverse groundwater stakeholders in Texas.
Update 12:50 p.m. Friday, Aug. 27: Special Master Michael Melloy ruled Friday to split in half the trial for the long-running U.S. Supreme Court case over
‘We are in unprecedented territory’: As the federal government declares a first-ever shortage on the Colorado River, Arizona farmers prepare for cuts.
ATLANTA (AP) — A judge has ruled that a federal agency doesn’t have to revise its plans for how it operates dams along the Chattahoochee and Flint rivers, another win