San Saba Listed as Endangered River
The San Saba River has been listed as the third most endangered river in the U.S. because of "outdated water management."
The San Saba, located in Central Texas, has been listed as the third most endangered river in the U.S. by the environmental organization American Rivers, which says the river's flow might disappear because of "outdated water management." Three other rivers in the South — the Flint, the Catawba and the Black Warrior — made the list.
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