Water Conservation and Quality

Texas Well Owner Network
 
High Plains Underground Water Cons. Distric
Created in September 1951, the High Plains Underground Water Conservation District provides for the conservation, preservation, protection, recharging, and prevention of waste of groundwater stored in the Ogallala aquifer within the boundaries of the dist
Landscape Water Conservation
In urban areas of Texas about 25 percent of the water supply is used for landscape and garden watering. Much of this water is used to maintain traditionally high water-demanding landscapes, or it is simply applied inefficiently.
Texas SmartScape plant selection
This site contains customized SmartScape information especially put together for the specific climates of the North Central Texas and West Texas regions. Please select a customized region by clicking on its star.
Texas Water Resources Institute
This site includes sections on water marketing, groundwater, Texas Water Law, wastewater, stormwater and conservation.
The Ogallala Aquifer
The Ogallala aquifer (pronounced OH-GA-LA-LA) is one of the largest aquifer systems in the world. It stretches across all or portions of eight states generally from north to south to include South Dakota, Nebraska, Wyoming, Colorado, Kansas, Oklahoma, New

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