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In 2007, The Texas Living Waters Project hosted its annual water conference on some of Texas’ most precious and at-risk water resources: our springs.
As our state’s population and its accompanying water demands grow, it will become increasingly essential that we manage our groundwater resources soundly. Nowhere is this necessity more evident than with our springs. With the majority of our states springs located on private property, the role of steward, caretaker and advocate, fall to the landowner and the local community.
The conference included discussion on the following topics:
Click on the links below to download PDFs of the speakers’ presentations.
Laura B. Marbury, Water Analyst, Environmental Defense
Frank Heitmuller, Geographer, USGS Texas Water Science Center
Presentation (Coming Soon)
Groundwater Conservation District’s Role
Caroline Runge, Manager, Menard County Underground Water District
Linda Campbell, Program Director, Private Lands and Public Hunting, Texas Parks and Wildlife Department
Building Relationships for Protection: Jacob’s Well
David Baker, Executive Director, Wimberley Valley Watershed Association
Question and Answer Session
Geary Schindel, Chief Technical Officer, Edwards Aquifer Authority
Presenation (Coming Soon)