Texas Tribune: Texas lawmakers consider spending $1 billion for flood prevention and Galveston’s “Ike Dike”
“Texas lawmakers could allocate about a billion dollars this year to prevent floods, but the potentially huge investment is just a fraction of the tens of billions of dollars that are likely necessary to harden Texas communities against hurricanes and
Some great news for Texas’ strained water resources: after months of intense advocacy on addressing water loss in Texas systems, the Texas Living Waters team got a critical win yesterday as the House amended Senate Bill 28 to include water
San Antonio Report: Study urging expansion of Texas water markets points to Edwards Aquifer as a ‘robust’ example
“Growing Texas’ water markets will be essential to minimizing the impacts of water scarcity facing the state in the near future, according to a new environmental analysis by The Nature Conservancy of Texas — and legislators should look to the robust
‘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 a boat rental business and floating restaurant he has owned
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 help conserve Texas’ open land and waterways under pressure from
The decision by a federal judge in Texas to freeze implementation of the Environmental Protection Agency’s clean water restoration rule in Texas and Idaho delays critical protections for drinking water, flood mitigation, and wildlife habitat for communities across both states.
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.
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