Monthly Archives: June 2011

Reader Response

Maximum Surface water available to Texas 32,174,090 acre feet. Current Surface water Storage available to Texas as of 29 June 2011 23,333,600 Acre Feet. (Source TWDB) Advertisements

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Reader Reply

Recently we have received many calls and emails. Most were positive, then, well, there are the others. One reader wanted our address so he/she could video our water usage. Well, just take pics and send them in. If you get … Continue reading

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Watch where you Pee in Oregon!!!

Yup, a man took a pee in a lake that happened to serve an Oregon town. Too much beer, or something, had to go, and so he did. And when they found out about it, thank god for video cams, … Continue reading

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Water news for West Texas

This is a good link to get a picture of the water levels in our lakes and rivers. http://www.town-mall.net/community/texas_lakes.html Travis is so low we have islands forming vegitation on them. Lake Spence is also very low, and they supply us … Continue reading

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Water Crisis in the Permian Basin

This site is dedicated to conserving our water resources. We will point fingers at those of you out there who are watering streets and sidewalks. Seems petty and trivial, but think about that if we are mandated to use only … Continue reading

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