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This Week in Texas Water

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Texas Alliance of Groundwater Districts monitors what is happening in Texas water. Here is a summary for the week.

Hotter, Drier Projections Threaten Texas Miracle, Texas Tribune

Is Climate the Mother of Innovation? National Geographic

Balancing Rural and Urban Water Needs, Texas Public Radio

The Worst Drought in 1,000 Years, Student Science

CPS Water Usage Will Decrease With New EPA Ruling, San Antonio Express-News

Blackburn: Our Bays and Coast Are Under Threat, Houston Chronicle

Perry Renews Disaster Proclamation, Denton Record-Chronicle

Water Scarcity: Don’t Blame Oil and Gas Companies, Water Online

Texas: Panhandle Hybrid Study Could Help Corn Producers Save Water, High Plains Public Radio

Water Projects Line Up for Cash, News-Journal

Good Pecan Harvest in Time for Holidays, Time Warner Cable News

Much to Be Thankful For, But Price-Drought Challenges Remain, AgriLife Today

EFH, Sierra Club Settle Environmental Suits and EFH’s $6.45 Million Claim for Legal Fees, Dallas Morning News

Map Shows Future of Mustang and Padre Islands As Sea Levels Rise, Caller Times

Water Treatment Plant 4 Nears Completion, Half-Billion Dollar Plant to Open Dec. 19, Four Points News

As Drought Enters Sixth Year, Edwards Aquifer Still Low Despite Recent Rains, San Antonio Express-News

Construction on SAWS Desalination Plant Well Underway, KSAT 12

State Rep, GBRA Pitch Desal to Community Leaders, Victoria Advocate

SAWS Leads Nation in Water Conservation, San Antonio Current

Council to Consider $38 Million for CRMWD Water, Eagle Ford Texas

Township Launches Water Conservation Challenge, Woodlands Online

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