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.

World Economic Forum Ranks Water Crises as Top Global Risk, Circle of Blue

A Brief History of Water Conflict, Water Online

States Reacting to Water Scarcity, Texas Tribune

USDA Awards $10 Million for Rice Project, Southwest Farm Press

Lubbock and South Plains Declared Primary Disaster Areas by USDA, Everything Lubbock

Experts Predict Growing Uncertainty for Water Supplies, Ag Professional

Argonne Model Analyzes Biofuel Impacts, Phys Org

Water Conservation as Simple as 811, Southwest Farm Press

Scientists Look for What’s Causing Texas Earthquakes, Phys Org

What’s Causing Texas Earthquakes, Governing

Seismologists Disagree Over Texas Earthquake Swarm, NBC DFW

The Q&A: Greg Flores, Texas Tribune

CTWC: Organization Says It’s Time to Rethink Management of State’s Dwindline Water Supplies or Consequences Could be Severe, PR Newswire

Wintering Geese Flock Back to Texas After Downward Trend, Houston Chronicle

New Slate of Officers for Sabine River Authority of Texas, Orange Leader

State Funding Available for Water Projects, Standard-Times

Drought Persists Despite Wintery Precipitation, My Plainview

Wet Start Does Little to Dampen North Texas Drought, Star-Telegram

Five Reasons Why Council Should Approve Renewal of Edwards Aquifer Protection, Rivard Report

Highland Lake Invlow Levels for 2014 Second-Lowest on Record, KXAN

District Continues Efforts to Deal with Drought, Austin American-Statesman

Austin Water to Add More Rules to Stage Three Restrictions, KVUE

Questions Surface Over the Future of Groundwater Use in Montgomery County, Community Impact

Dash for Cash Imperils Aquifer Protection, San Antonio Express-News

Irrigation Conference Educates Farmers About Water Conservation, Connect Amarillo

Conroe, Other Cities Want LSGCD to Delay Vote on Rules Amendments, The Courier

Briscoe County Landowners Battle State Recommendation to Join Water District, Lubbock Avalanche-Journal

Some in San Marcos Fed Up With Water Restrictions, KXAN

Slate Calls on Local Citizens to Help Protect Mill Creek, Sealy News

STW Water Update & Plans for Growth in 2015, Herald Online

City of Lampasas Wins Water Dispute, KXXV

Flower Mount Looking at Water Reuse System, Cross Timbers Gazette

Amarillo City Council Buys Roberts, Ochiltree Water Rights, Amarillo Globe-News

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