Use Hill Country landscape to mitigate water risks

This article is by Jennifer Walker, National Wildlife Federation and Vanessa Puig-Williams, Environmental Defense Fund. It originally appeared in the San Antonio Express News on Aug 7, 2023. There’s a deep red bull’s-eye hovering over the Hill Country in the Texas

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Texas Living Waters is a collaboration of conservation groups working to ensure Texas has the water it needs for thriving communities and abundant fish and wildlife.


From housing to energy and farming, our water resources are crucial for healthy and thriving communities. @TexasMonthly takes a deep dive into the future of water as our population grows and climate impacts like drought get worse. Read more:

A fun (and relatable read) from @TexasMonthly! "Maybe it’s time to rewrite “The Green, Green Grass of Home” to “The Decorative Rocks and Agaves of Home” and stop fighting a battle every summer that we just can’t win." #txwater

Thank you to everyone who has pitched in to our response to #HurricaneBeryl. We got out almost 250 solar powered batteries that can run midical equipment and fans. We are tarping homes and assessing damage. Please join us and support our work

Remember to check in on your vulnerable neighbors, stay calm, and plan carefully for the next few hours. Connections, trust and collective risk management save lives and reduce risk. #BerylHurricane #Houston

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