Texas Living Waters

Can Cities Capture Too Much Water?

Returning items to circulation has more than one meaning at the Central Library in Austin, Texas. In addition to holding thousands of books (and seeds!), this much-celebrated community project captures …

Clean, Accessible Water for Texas Communities and Wildlife

Water is an essential part of life, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic. A single person in the United States uses an average of 80-100 gallons of water per day—just indoors—and …

Western Rivers at Risk

Water–or the lack of it–defines the American West. One commonly used marker that you’ve crossed into the western part of the country is the 100th Meridian, which bisects the Great …

Desalination Could Harm Texas Bays

Overuse of water by humans and the drought of 2011 – 2015 endangered fish, shell fish and game by slowing the flow of freshwater into the bays. Then, earlier this …

Protecting Waters in Texas

Texas Water Conservation Scorecard

Rules Leave Central and South Texas Fish and Wildlife at…

New Book Celebrates the “Living Waters of Texas”

Two National Wildlife Federation staff members have essays in a new book that celebrates Texas waters.

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