A future without water is no future at all
Fresh water is the lifeblood of Texas. That’s why Texas Living Waters exists – to ensure that Texas has the water it needs for thriving communities and healthy fish and wildlife.
We are a collaboration of conservation groups working since 2001 to transform the way we manage water.
Last week, the City of Houston adopted new building construction codes that will make homes and businesses across the city more water and energy efficient– and in the process, more
The Texas Water Development Board Has an Opportunity to Increase Resilience and Equity In Next Round of Funding
For nearly 35 years, the Environmental Protection Agency has worked with states to provide funding for water infrastructure through State Revolving Funds (SRF). There are two general SRF programs—the Drinking
North Texas lost around 40 billion gallons of water in 2021, the most recent year available according to data from the Texas Water Development Board — that includes reported breaks
Texas Tribune: “Ike Dike” coastal barrier project could cost $57 billion with inflation, Army Corps says
Inflation could push the cost of Texas’ coastal barrier project — already expected to be the largest civil engineering project in U.S. history — to $57 billion, the U.S. Army
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The Texas Living Waters Project is a collaboration of conservation group experts working together to advance enduring water solutions that support people and wildlife across Texas — in the face of climate change, rapid population growth, and economic development.