Water is critical to health and prosperity of the people and environment of Texas. Sustainable management of water resources necessitates forecasts of how water supply and demand may change in response to factors such as rapid population growth, technological innovations, and global
Picture yourself heading out to face the day. There may be that one special creek you pass over that prompts you to tap the brakes and turn your head to catch a brief glimpse of it. In turn, you remember
In 2017, I was named Chief Education Officer at The Meadows Center for Water and the Environment, overseeing educational and research efforts within the educational program at Spring Lake. I have over 25 years of experience developing, teaching and leading
Texas’ public and private companies, organizations, and agencies have collected water data for different purposes and at different scales for many years. These data are scattered across multiple platforms with different standards, often making important data sets inaccessible or incompatible.
There’s a new way to keep tabs on state water news. The Meadows Center for Water and the Environment at Texas State University, the Texas Water Journal and the Texas A&M University System’s Texas Water Resources Institute are teaming up