This photo shows a Pioneer tank being installed in it’s permanent location — a new, green development, TerraScena, in Dripping Springs, Texas. The development features environmentally sustainable houses that use […]
Water experts are looking into technology that has been successfully used in Israel to turn that country’s water shortage into a surplus. They hope Israel’s water technology – particularly desalination […]
The U.S. Agency for International Development, an independent federal agency that provide funds to foreign countries, has awarded $880,000 to 28 charitable and cooperative societies to pay for the installation […]
According to the Public Policy Institute of California, the state’s water usage is 50 percent environmental, 40 percent agricultural, 10 percent urban. This news story explains that breakdown. Read more.
Strict, new California water restrictions aimed at helping during the state’s four-year drought could impact horses and horse owners. Also under recently announced rules, agricultural users are required to provide […]
For the first time, California Gov. Jerry Brown has imposed mandatory water restrictions on residents, businesses and farms, ordering a 25 percent reduction in water consumption. The 25 percent cut […]
Texas voters have approved $2 billion for building water supply projects around the state. Now, observers says, private engineering and consulting firms are making big decisions about how that money […]
Despite rain, sleet and snow in February and early March, North Texas will see another year of drought conditions. The United States Drought Monitor reports that the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex and surrounding counties were still […]