Texas groundwater news; October 2022

Groundwater-related news articles over the last month that I am aware of. I provide these as an FYI—I make no guarantees on the accuracy of these reports (despite some occasional editorializing on my part [or my participation in an article!]). ·  Local aquifer district cancels November elections https://haysfreepress.com/2022/09/30/local-aquifer-district-cancels-november-elections/ ·  Groundwater Conservation District urges support for … Continue reading Texas groundwater news; October 2022

Texas groundwater news: September 2022

Groundwater-related news articles over the last month (September 2022) that I am aware of. I provide these as an FYI—I make no guarantees on the accuracy of these reports (despite some occasional editorializing on my part [or my participation in an article!]). MPGCD, RRC battle over who should fix Lake Boehmer https://www.cbs7.com/2022/09/03/mpgcd-rrc-battle-over-who-should-fix-lake-boehmer/ The race to … Continue reading Texas groundwater news: September 2022

Texas groundwater news: August 2022

Groundwater-related news articles over the last month (August 2022) that I am aware of. I provide these as an FYI—I make no guarantees on the accuracy of these reports (despite some occasional editorializing on my part [or my participation in an article!]). Dove hunters asked to report abandoned wells: https://fox4beaumont.com/newsletter-daily/dove-hunters-august-asked-to-watch-county-for-abandoned-or-deteriorated-water-wells-by-texas-department-licensing-regulation Water levels down in Williamson … Continue reading Texas groundwater news: August 2022

Texas groundwater news: July 2022

Groundwater-related news articles over the last month (July 2022) that I am aware of. I provide these as an FYI—I make no guarantees on the accuracy of these reports (despite some occasional editorializing on my part [or my participation in an article!]). Williamson County talking (again) about forming a groundwater conservation district:https://tylerpaper.com/news/texas/town-hall-meeting-draws-huge-crowd/article_0b9f1b6a-1046-5497-ac58-9a63db0b17c6.htmlStill talk of a … Continue reading Texas groundwater news: July 2022

mississippi v. tennessee

For the most part, the federal government has stayed out of groundwater quantity questions except indirectly where groundwater production has impacted interstate surface-water allocations (for example, see Texas v. New Mexico on the Pecos River [and now on the Rio Grande] and Kansas v. Colorado on the Arkansas River). The federal government doesn't have an … Continue reading mississippi v. tennessee