Water, essential for life, is our most precious and valuable natural resource. But water supply is limited and under increasing pressure from a growing population. How will we protect this resource and plan for a sustainable future? There is a great need for a water-literate public; decisions being made today have far reaching and long lasting effects for our children and future generations.
The Texas Water Symposium provides perspectives from landowners, policy makers, scientists, water resource experts and regional leaders. Join us as we explore the complex issues and challenges in providing water for Texans in this century.
Each session is free and open to the public. The hour-long program begins at 7:00 pm, followed by discussion time with Q&A. The events are recorded and aired on Texas Public Radio one week later.
Thursday, March 20, 2014
Topic: Pedernales: Challenges and Opportunities Facing an Iconic Hill Country River Basin
Hill Country University Center, Fredericksburg
Thursday, October 24, 2013 at 7:00pm
Topic: A Conversation about Private Property Rights and Water
When should the government step in to protect water resources?
Schreiner University Campus, Kerrville
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The events are recorded and aired on Texas Public Radio one week later.