Commentary: A Call for Rethinking Land and Water in the Hill Country
With some of the highest growth rates in the country and limited water resources, the Hill Country is experiencing issues that pose new challenges for landowners.
With some of the highest growth rates in the country, and limited water resources, the Hill Country is experiencing issues that pose new challenges for landowners. Christy Muse, executive director of the Hill Country Alliance, calls for reexamining long-held convictions about property rights, for rethinking water policy and creating strategies for conserving land and dealing with development. (The Cynthia and George Mitchell Foundation)
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