Come celebrate Texas rivers with us!

Join Texas Living Waters at Meanwhile Brewing in Austin as we celebrate the release of ‘Take Me to the River’ — a hazy IPA brewed to celebrate Texas rivers using Meanwhile’s signature water-saving process. Attendees can watch a Groundwater vs Surface

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Texas injunction a threat to clean water nationwide

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.

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It’s time for a water session at the Legislature

by Jennifer Walker, National Wildlife Federation and Suzanne Scott, The Nature Conservancy There are now over 30 million Texans. The state crossed that landmark in mid-2022, gaining the most new residents of any state in the nation, with projections of an

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Clean water for Houston takes work

Life under a boil notice should make some basic priorities crystal clear. This week, after power failed at one of Houston’s three main water purification plants, more than 2 million Houstonians were under their third boil water notice in two

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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.


A very serious and costly reminder of the importance of maintaining freshwater inflows. They are not just for the health of bay and estuary ecosystems — but for the proper functioning of drinking water systems as well.

SAVE THE DATE: Water in the Desert — A Conference About Water in the Chihuahuan Desert of West Texas
On Jan 18, 2024, experts, landowners, lawmakers & other stakeholders are gathering to discuss the future of water in West Texas.

"San Marcos City Council unanimously voted to sell water to Kyle, even though San Marcos has its own water supply concerns. City leaders asked people to conserve water all summer and the city entered Stage 4 drought restrictions in late August."

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