We're in one of the worst droughts ever, yet billions of gallons of water are still wasted each year through inefficient practices, leaving very little for recreation and wildlife. The good news is we can meet our water needs and keep our rivers flowing for recreation and wildlife if Texas makes water conservation a priority.
Over the next few days, Environment Texas Research and Policy Center will host town halls meeting in Dallas, Houston, San Antonio and Brownsville to discuss Texas’s water future.
Dallas- Thursday, April 4th, 6-8pm
1800 Main St, Dallas, TX 75201
For more information, contact Jennifer at (818) 203-7625
Houston- Saturday, April 6th, 3-4pm
3015 Richmond Ave, Houston, TX 77098
For more information call Talya at (847)997-0564
Brownsville- Saturday, April 6th, 1-2pm
1st Floor of the School of Public Health on the University of Texas- Brownsville campus, Brownsville, TX
For more information call Ben at (914)420-9706
San Antonio- Saturday, April 6th, 3-5pm
Landa Library- 233 Bushnell Avenue, San Antonio, TX 78212
For more information call Kara at (301)651-5500