The $381 million project is considered the region’s most important water supply project and represents the culmination of more than 50 years of effort by local leaders.
The project will carry much-needed treated surface water from Lake Houston across almost 40 miles of Harris County to water users in west harris county, and north fort bend county
“Cotton & Conservation” a new series being developed by the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service and North Plains Groundwater Conservation District.
Over three hundred people gathered on the reservoir’s future shore for the celebratory groundbreaking event. The official start of construction marks an important milestone to ensure vital water supplies for the rapidly growing North Texas region.
The Save Water Texas team of historical edutainers took center stage at an exciting community event, The Texas Heritage Earth Day, held at the CCEMS Education Center in Spring, Texas on April 21, 2018.
Real-time measurements are updated hourly and visualizations are accessible from 40 USGS observation stations, which collect a combination of lake, stream, groundwater well, precipitation and water-quality data.
Website features information on vegetative reproduction of perennial grasses, a brief description of West-Central Texas dominant grass bud banks, fire effects on representative warm and cool season grasses, and published journal articles on bud banks.
The Luce Bayou Interbasin Transfer Project (LBITP) is a $381 Million dollar water supply project, including a pump station located on the banks of the Trinity River, 3 miles of dual 96-inch diameter pipeline, and