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.

Texas Perspective: Water, Texas Tribune

2015 Forecasts Mixed on Drought, Aquifer, San Antonio Express-News

2015 Water Preview, Part II: National – States React to New Era of Water Scarcity, Circle of Blue

As Water Demand Slows, Utilities Seek New Solutions, High Country News

EPA, State of Texas Partner to Provide Safe Drinking Water Projects to State, Water World

The Politics of Drinking Water, The Atlantic

Learning to Do Without Water, Golf Digest

On the ‘Grapes of Wrath’ Trail, the Dust Bowl Still Resonates, National Geographic

US Scientists to Study Monarch Butterfly Numbers for Protected Status, Phys Org

Cloud Seeding Study Boosts Hopes in Parched West, WyoFile

Supreme Court Could Hear Whooping Crane Case, San Antonio Express-News

Assistant Commissioner for Water and Rural Affairs Named, Fort Stockton Pioneer

Why Water Is Not the New Oil, News-Journal

Groundwater Pumping Causing Levels to Rapidly Drop, Southwest Farm Press

Consequences of the Texas Drought Continue to Linger, The Eagle

Permit Denied to Use Amite River Water for Fracking, Brownsville Herald

Hunters Set Sights on Harvesting Future Water, Victoria Advocate

Editorial: The Price Is Too High for Water from Lake Fork, Dallas Morning News

SAWS Vows to ‘Respect’ Central Texas Water, San Antonio Express-News

Galveston Island Preserve Takes Shape, Houston Chronicle

2015 Off to a West Start in North Texas, Star-Telegram

Fate of Marvin Nichols Reservoir Could Be Decided Thursday, News-Journal

Water District Starts Measurements, My Plainview

Texas City to Develop Water Distribution System, Operations Master Plan in New Partnership, Water World

Hutto Water Rates Go Up, Hutto News

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