This Week in Texas Water

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This Week in Texas Water

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

Israeli Company Eager to Solve Texas’ Water Woes With Desalination, Austin Business Journal

Why Dump Treated Wastewater When You Could Make Beer With It? Texas Public Radio

Can Sun and Wind Make More Salt Water Drinkable? National Geographic

Friday Night Football Returns to Water Politics, Texas Tribune

Texas Farm Bureau Wants Water Well Accommodation, Law 360

Satellite Might Help Explain Texas Water Deficit, El Paso Times

Colorado Geophysicists Work to Find Cause of North Texas Quakes, CBS DFW

Consider This…Perry’s Appointment Key for West Texas, KCBD

Texas A&M: Despite Rains, Drought Still Persists Over Much of the State, KBTX

Crosbyton Students Honored at Texas Capitol, Fox 34

Farmers Honored for Conservation Efforts, Morning Ag Clips

WaterSavr Technology Helps Drought Conservation Efforts in Texas, Water Online

Texas A&M at Qatar Research Highlighted in Prestigious Journal, Texas A&M Today

Mining the Moon Becomes a Serious Prospect, Phys Org

Drought Research Off To a Good, But Rainy Start, Rivard Report

Texas Company Unveils Plan to Mine ‘Trillions of Dollars’ From the Moon, Metro

East Texas Rain Diminishes Upcoming Wildfire Threat, KTRE

Texas Drought Is Still Alive and Well, The Observer

Data Show Texas Water Supply Still Low Despite Recent Rainfall, Daily Texan

The Q&A: Anthony Tarquin, Texas Tribune

LCRA: Drought Conditions Still Exist, Community Impact

New Agriculture Commissioner Calls Water Top Issue, Austin Monitor

Rio Grande Valley Drought Lifted, But Conditions Still Not Optimal, The Monitor

Company Says Evaporation Suppression Worked, Times Record News

Testing the Toughest Plants for Drought Tolerance, Rivard Report

Drought Summit Offers Help to Organic Farmers, Texas Tribune

Texas Drought Persists Through Rainy Winter, Houston Chronicle

Hays County Groundwater War Brewing Over Trinity Aquifer ‘No-Man’s Land,’ San Marcos Mercury

Hays County Well Owners Fight Aquifer Drilling, KXAN

Homeowners Fight to Take Drilling Battle to Legislature, KVUE

Farm Briefs: North Plains District Notes High Water Mark, Amarillo Globe-News

Panelists Discuss the Edwards Aquifer Water Wars, Texas Tribune

Hays County Well Owners Meet Over Aquifer Concerns, KXAN

Texas Water Officials Approve $255 Million for New Reservoir, KVUE

Put Aquifer Protection Program on Ballot, San Antonio Express-News

Open Letter: River Authority Asks for Aquifer Protection, Rivard Report

Council Approves Aquifer Protection Program, KSAT

Council Approves May 9 Vote on Aquifer Protection, Creekways, San Antonio Express-News

Officials Break Ground on Brazos River Wetland to be Used by Scientists, Waco Trib

Commentary: Securing San Antonio’s Water, Rivard Report

Abilene’s Plan to Pump Water From Possum Kingdom Lake Draws Mixed Reactions, Big Country Homepage

Central Texas Water District Eyes Desalination Plant to Expand Supply, Austin American-Statesman

After Year of Debate, Dallas City Council Votes Not to Remove Fluoride From City’s Water Supply, Dallas Morning News

City of Lawton Considers Cloud Seeding, KSWO

San Marcos Returns to Stage 2 Water Restrictions, KXAN

Allen Raises Water, Sewer Rates, Allen American

Amarillo City Council Approves $11.7M Pipeline Contract, Amarillo Globe-News

Plano Receives Water-Quality Updates, Play Star Courier

Technology Helps Arlington Reduce Water Waste, Star-Telegram

Sherman Embarks on Water Plant Expansion, Herald Democrat

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