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One Water in Action: Travis County Courthouse

By Jennifer Walker, National Wildlife Federation & Bill Moriarty This summer, Travis County broke ground on the new Civil and Family Court Building. The 435,000 square foot facility is located at 1700 Guadalupe Street and sits on 1.46-acres.  It is

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Ensuring One Water Delivers for Healthy Waterways

By Jennifer Walker, National Wildlife Federation & Myron Hess, Tributary Consulting Texas Living Waters is an active advocate for the One Water approach because it offers tremendous opportunities for improving how water is managed. Even so, we are concerned that the available

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The @TWDB will hold a Board meeting at 9:30 a.m. on Thursday, February 8, and will receive comments from the public regarding the implementation of the Texas Water Fund. https://www.twdb.texas.gov/board/2024/02/board/index.asp

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Texas has had two record breaking hot and dry summers in a row, and 2024 could continue the trend. Our rivers, wetlands and ecosystems are vulnerable to the natural and man-made consequences of these extremes. Read on @texas_tribune / @insideclimatenews:
https://insideclimatenews.org/news/22012024/texas-low-water-reserves/

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