You can give alligator gar a helping hand by submitting comments on TPWD’s proposed rules to help them get adopted by the Texas Parks and Wildlife Commission. The deadline for you to weigh in is March 19.
Depending on where your favorite creek is located, you could lose your arm of the river during the next drought – and that would be perfectly legal.
The buffer areas along our streams, also called riparian zones, are critical wildlife habitats and trees play a central role in the lives of many of the fish and wildlife species that live there.
Matagorda Bay is sometimes described as Texas’s “forgotten bay,” but those who care about its future are not alone.
The City of Austin innovative 100-year water plan, Water Forward, is the first plan of its kind in Texas, and it sets Austin apart as a leader in forward-thinking planning for water security.
Amelia DeVivo is the Program Director with Austin Youth River Watch. Austin Youth River Watch was founded in 1992 and has shaped the past 26 years of young environmental stewards. Amelia and her team transform 120 at-risk high school students’ lives
Shelly Plante is the Nature Tourism Manager at Texas Parks & Wildlife Department. She has been employed by TPWD for over 20 years and is an expert in her field. In addition to running several programs such as the Great
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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.