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Building a water-resilient future for all Texans

Texas has enormous opportunities to invest in realistic, long-lasting water solutions that will ensure ample water flows for all Texans, no matter their income or zip code.

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Carlos Rubinstein: Short-term, temporary fixes will not solve Texas’ long-term water needs

Texas Water Trade CEO Sharlene Leurig interviews key thought-leaders in Texas on interesting water ideas and the people behind them.

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Welcome to Texas Water Trade

Welcome to Texas Water Trade, a new nonprofit group that aims to leverage the power of markets and technological innovation to build a future of clean, abundant water for all Texans.

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Austin’s long-term water plan calls for underground reservoirs, local sources

Austin’s recent water troubles gave new urgency to the city’s first look at a water resiliency plan, now years in the works, that local officials Tuesday said may be unprecedented nationwide.

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Communities in Texas and all over the world are storing water underground

Actively moving water underground, a practice known as managed aquifer recharge, is increasingly popular, with 1,200 projects worldwide, including San Antonio and El Paso.

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Deep in the desert in West Texas, a spring-fed swimming pool beckons 

The sprawling pool in Balmorhea is part of a complex ecosystem fed by underground springs. On summer weekends, cars line up for a half-mile waiting to get in.

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

Austin’s 100-year water plan, the first of its kind in Texas, looks to use all sources of water, including rainwater, stormwater and wastewater.

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Texas struggles to keep pace as thirst for water intensifies

With about 1,000 people arriving in Texas each day, officials are struggling to ensure they can meet the growing demand.

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Texas Ranch to Fetch Almost Half a Billion Amid Water Rush

An obscure Texas company has bid $450 million to acquire the Hanging H Ranch in one of the state’s most desolate corners, aiming to make a big splash amid booming demand for water in the world’s busiest oil patch.