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Event: "Keep Rivers Flowing" Webinar No. 3

A webinar on June 25 titled "Keeping Rivers Flowing: Innovative Strategies to Protect and Restore Rivers" will focus on the historic Murray-Darling Basin agreement in Australia, which has lessons for Texas.

Looking northwest across Lady Bird Lake, created by the Longhorn Dam.

What: Webinar titled "Keeping Rivers Flowing: Innovative Strategies to Protect and Restore Rivers," the third of a three-part series on strategies to ensure the future health of rivers, bays and estuaries in Texas. This session focuses on the historic Murray-Darling Basin agreement in Australia, which demonstrates a coordinated approach to water use in the basin and limits water use at environmentally sustainable levels, and which has useful applications in Texas.

Who: Presenters are Myron Hess of the National Wildlife Federation and and 
Mike Young, the chair in water and environmental policy at the 
University of Adelaide


When: Wednesday, June 25, 2-3 p.m.

Where: Register here for the webinar.

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