Whooping Crane Case Could Affect State Water Supplies by Neena Satija As drought conditions and dry forecasts persist across Texas, lawyers will argue a case in front of the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals on Thursday that could have major implications for … Continue reading
On July 25 the Kerr County Commissioners passed the Resolution for Kerr County to be removed from the Permit Plan Area for the Southern Edwards Plateau Habitat Conservation Plan. This is a great victory for Kerr County and we owe our … Continue reading
The U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service is working to add the three inches-long Dunes Sagebrush Lizard to the Endangered Species list. However, extensive evidence shows that this move is not based on science. Environmental groups like WildEarth Guardians and the … Continue reading
SB 332 on private groundwater rights is in trouble. With the excuse of unknown unwanted consequences, opponents to the bill and to our property rights are blocking the bill. SB 332 confirms only what the Texas legislature and courts … Continue reading
Please come prepared to the Citizens Advisory Committee (CAC) meeting for the Southern Edward Plateau Habitat Conservation Plan (SEP HCP). The meeting will be held on April 11, 2011 6:00 pm Scenic Loop Playground Club 18249 Sherwood Trail Grey … Continue reading
Edwards Aquifer Recovery Implementation Program and HB 2760 and companion SB 1595 HB 2760 and identical companion SB 1595 have been filed. They relate to species-protection programs for the Edwards Aquifer, the Guadalupe River Basin, the San Antonio River Basin, … Continue reading
At least nine more species will be added in Texas to the native Endangered Species List, mostly freshwater mussels that may affect property rights around any freshwater body.