Texas+Water Editor-in-Chief, Dr. Todd Votteler, talks with Clint Wolfe and Daniel Cunningham about saving water by landscaping with native plants, rainwatering harvesting, and other topics.
Clint Wolfe is the Program Manager for the Water University. Wolfe facilitates a team of water resources professionals to assist with research and outreach programming in the areas of water quality, water use efficiency, and watershed planning. He is charged to work with local governments, state and federal agencies, and other entities to develop programs dealing with water quantity and quality issues. Wolfe specializes in program development, stakeholder facilitation, communications, and marketing.
Daniel Cunningham, Horticulturist of Texas A&M AgriLife’s Water University program, reaches professionals and the public with the most current sustainability information about landscape water use, including design, plant selection and water-conserving landscape management practices. His primary focus is a holistic approach to landscaping and food production systems.
Cunningham specializes in Texas native plants and trees, vegetable gardening, edible landscaping, and rainwater harvesting. He is also passionate about utilizing landscapes as habitat for beneficial wildlife.