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Guest Commentary: Integrated Water Resources Management

It is often said that we live in an increasingly complex and interconnected world. It may be overlooked that our water systems have always been interconnected, integrated systems that are managed by numerous utilities, municipalities, and governing bodies. Water systems impact how the world’s communities develop, are key economic drivers, and offer public health and […]

Groesbeck Texas

Pipeline Complete Delivering Water to Groesbeck

After nearly running dry, the Navasota River is flowing again, thanks to an emergency pipeline constructed to deliver water to the 6500 residents of a small city in Central Texas. The pipeline bypasses Fort Parker Lake, tapping into the Navasota further upstream. The lake was at capacity earlier in the year, but dry conditions and […]