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  • TRINITY STATUS
  • TEXAS DROUGHT MONITOR

Clearwater Underground Water Conservation District Expressing and Ringing Alarms

 “Clearwater Underground Water Conservation District Declares Drought Stage 1 for all well owners and operators of wells completed in both the Trinity Aquifer and Edwards BFZ Aquifer systems in Bell County,” says Dirk Aaron, General Manager.  “Folks its Real”

Aaron stressed in his capacity as General Manager, “The Districts Directors urges all businesses, and utilities dependent on groundwater wells to be supportive of this initial stage requesting conservation”.  This encouragement is also important for private well owners drawing from both aquifer systems across the County. All groundwater users are encouraged to actively conserve under the Stage 1 “Awareness” by volunteering to reduce their groundwater use by 10%.

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***Drought Conditions Are Upon Us***

******Clearwater UWCD declares Stage 1 Drought. ALL well owners producing from the Edwards BFZ aquifer and the Trinity aquifer are encouraged to voluntarily curtail production and landscape water use by 10%.*******

Edwards Drought Status Report as of June 21, 2018

Trinity Drought Status Report as of June 20, 2018

 

Land Stewardship Workshop – June 15th

AgriLife Research & Extension is co-hosting a brush management and land stewardship training workshop on June 15 in Lampasas in an effort to enhance environmental sustainability, contractor profitability and landowner satisfaction.

Three Texas Department of Agriculture continuing education credits for non-commercial pesticide applicators license will be offered — one integrated pest management, one laws and regulations and one general.

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