Vol 3, Issue 13

Workers cut open bags of WaterSavr, an evaporation suppressant, to apply the powder to Lake Arrowhead. WaterSavr's manufacturers claim it will save 30 percent of water that would have otherwise evaporated from the reservoir.
Workers cut open bags of WaterSavr, an evaporation suppressant, to apply the powder to Lake Arrowhead. WaterSavr's manufacturers claim it will save 30 percent of water that would have otherwise evaporated from the reservoir.

Texas to Sell $8 Billion in Bonds for Water Projects

As the drought eases in Texas, the Texas Water Development Board is hoping to fund water projects like reservoirs, pipelines and desalination plants through selling $8 billion in bonds in the next decade.

The Rio Grande has been the lifeblood of the valleys and civilizations it flowed through for more than 3,000 years. As cities and farms suck it dry and a warming climate makes it evaporate faster, the river's future has never been more uncertain.
The Rio Grande has been the lifeblood of the valleys and civilizations it flowed through for more than 3,000 years. As cities and farms suck it dry and a warming climate makes it evaporate faster, the river's future has never been more uncertain.

Rio Grande Valley Partnership to Address Water Concerns

A new project in the Lower Rio Grande Valley that is part of the Regional Conservation Partnership Program will deal with problems of water quantity and quality in the area, helping with regional planning and education.

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