Austin’s Water Forward plan is a bold step into the future

By: Texas Living Waters Project | December 10, 2018

One of the clearest threats to the future of the Texas economy and the well-being of our communities is the lack of water. During times of drought, supplies are already stretched razor thin in many areas of the state – so, what will happen when our state’s population more than doubles in the coming decades? Read more.

Land ownership, environment concerns surround Hill Country pipeline

By: KXAN | December 14, 2018

Kinder Morgan announced plans to build a natural gas pipeline that will pump the gas from west Texas (specifically, the Waha Hub near Fort Stockton) to an area near Katy, Texas (outside Houston)..Read more.

Rebuilding Commission Calls Hurricane Harvey A “Wakeup Call” For Texas

By: Houston Public Media | December 13, 2018

A report by the Commission to Rebuild Texas says there is an urgent need to “future-proof” the Gulf Coast. Read more.

Wimberley school to make history as first ‘One Water’ school in Texas

By: KVUE | December 3, 2018

A new Wimberley primary school is making history. It will be the first "One Water" school in the state. That means the school will use 90 percent less groundwater than a typical school of this size. Read more.

Hays County, Nonprofit TreeFolks Continue Efforts to Restore Areas of Blanco River Damaged in 2015

By: Community Impact Newspaper | August 17, 2018

An agreement to continue a sponsoring partnership with TreeFolks, Inc. was approved by Hays County Commissioners Court on Tuesday, Aug. 14, enabling the nonprofit to expedite the restoration of devastated areas along the Blanco River in the county caused by the 2015 Memorial Day Flood. Read more.