For six years, city of Bryan staff has been working to designate groundwater through a strip in the middle of the city as unacceptably contaminated and cannot be used a potable water source. The Bryan [Read More…]
Interested parties from across the High Plains and even as far as California, gathered via Zoom on Feb. 24 and 25 for the virtual Ogallala Aquifer Summit, to discuss what
A Municipal Setting Designation would restrict access to groundwater in the boundary set.
The Texas Water Journal invited Texas state Representative Tracy O. King, incoming chair of the House of Representatives Committee on Natural Resources, to share his thoughts on what is ahead for the Natural Resources Committee.
Here are three key takeaways from how the Hays Trinity district is proactively managing groundwater to protect its long-term viability and landowners’ rights to groundwater.
A series of decisions this year facing the entities that control water resources in Montgomery County could not only effect local water bills in The Woodlands area, but some experts say they could also have long-lasting environmental repercussions.
The issue of subsidence in The Woodlands and how it is used in future water planning in south Montgomery County has riled up a range of public officials, many of whom spoke at a recent meeting of The Lone Star Groundwater Conservation District to express they’re concerns.
On February 4, 2021, the State Office of Administrative Hearings (SOAH) approved Electro Purificatio