‘Woody Woodruff of Greenville lives by the phrase, “Do something you love, and you’ll never work a day,” he said. Woodruff owns Woody’s on the Lake in Lake Lavon. It’s
We’re used to bad water news in Texas. This #WorldWaterDay there’s something genuinely worth celebrating: Texas lawmakers are coming together behind two bills (HJR138/HB3165) that would grant $2 billion to
From a series of high profile studies to welcoming The Nature Conservancy in Texas, 2022 was a year of major impact and growth at Texas Living Waters. We invite you to dive into Solutions to see where we’ve been this year and where we plan to go.
New Analysis Shows the State Could Unlock Major Water Supplies by Addressing Aging Water Infrastructure After more than a year of research, analysis, and dialogue, we are thrilled to release
The lead author of the study shares ways utility companies can lessen the impact. AUSTIN, Texas — Water was the hot topic under the Capitol dome on Wednesday as the
Public Hearing Provides Chance to Maximize Support to Disadvantaged Communities The first influx of funding for water infrastructure from the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act could help transform aging Texas
Booming population growth, coupled with changing climate patterns, unslakable groundwater thirst and political challenges, leave the Texas Hill Country newly vulnerable. What they’re saying: “The Hill Country’s breathtaking vistas, natural spaces,