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.
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.
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.
Meeting ponders resuming flow of Comanche Springs
Many people remember a time when Comanche Springs flowed freely, a natural phenomenon that a research says could happen again. Sharlene Leurig, chief executive officer of the Texas Water Trade, came to the Rollins Sibley House in Fort Stockton on Monday, June 24 to talk about the possibilities.