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Low water levels in central and southeast Texas lakes means there will be no water released for irrigating rice this year.
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Red Caboose Winery in Meridian, Texas uses a rainwater harvesting system as part of an overall green philosophy.
On February 1, Texas’ new fracking regulations go into effect. These regulations require drillers to disclose both total water and the chemicals used in fracking.
We’ve talked here before about how hydraulic fracturing, or “fracking,” threatens clean drinking water, but fracking also requires quite a bit of water to execute. In drought-stricken Texas, local water districts are starting to restrict natural gas companies’ fracking operations because of the strain it puts on the water supply.