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How to Write a Conservation by Board Room Proposal

The idea behind water resourse conservation by board room is that rainwater cisterns help save water which is then being used by rainforest plants. It also helps preserve the environment.   At the virtual board meeting, the staff members and leaders present the proposal to the whole board.   The staff is encouraged to explain…

By Ericka  Her July 23, 2020 Off

Water conservation and smart data room management

Continuous population growth is not only the settlement and enrichment of new territories, it is also an increase in the use of resources, increased demand for water and, unfortunately, an unwise management system. For areas that are not in a desert climate, it is not as scary as for those where clean drinking water is…

By Ericka  Her March 27, 2020 Off

Lake Lewisville Water Level – Danger to the Region

Pure drinking water is the foundation of a healthy lifestyle. Groundwater ensures vegetation important for maintaining biodiversity. Population growth and increased water demand reinforce the importance of this resource. But more and more lakes are drying up or becoming polluted. Enterprises drain sewage into water bodies, climate change negatively affects the level of rivers, and…

By Ericka  Her January 19, 2020 Off

Lewisville Lake Levels

The population of planet Earth is growing rapidly and every year the number of inhabitants increases by 1.1 percent or by 75 million per year. Population growth began as early as the nineteenth century. Scientists explain this by reducing child mortality, improving living standards and the development of medicine. A growing population is an insufficient…

By Ericka  Her December 15, 2019 Off

Water from Mexico – Water release to Rio Grande increase to 9,000 cubic feet per second.

Water releases from Amistad Dam, located on the Rio Grande at Del Rio, Texas-Ciudad Acuña, Coahuila, are increasing this month, bringing high flow to the river and rapidly-declining lake levels approaching the record low. At Del Rio, the National Weather Service expects the Rio Grande to approach and remain near flood stage over the period of release.…

By Ericka  Her January 1, 2019 Off

Despite rain, South Texas crop losses could hit $100 million

Despite drenching rains April 28, drought-stricken row crops growers in the Lower Rio Grande Valley may be in for another disastrous year, possibly doubling their $50 million drought losses of 2006, according to Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service experts in Weslaco. “Reports of failed acres of cotton, grain sorghum and corn have not yet started…

By Ericka  Her November 11, 2018 Off

Atascocita FFA Chapter attends Annual Agricultural Education and Texas FFA Day at the Texas State Capitol

(Humble) – Atascocita FFA Chapter attended the fourth annual Agricultural Education and Texas FFA Day at the Capitol hosted by the Texas FFA Association and the Vocational Agriculture Teachers Association of Texas (VATAT). The Agricultural Education and Texas FFA Day at the Capitol was held February 26, 2013, in Austin, Texas. Atascocita FFA  was one of more than 50 chapters that comprised more…

By Ericka  Her October 30, 2018 Off

Water for farmers? – TCEQ Director approves LCRA’s emergency drought relief

TCEQ – In Nov. 2012, Lower Colorado River Authority requested emergency relief from the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality related to its Water Management Plan due to persistent drought conditions in the Highland Lakes.  LCRA filed an Amended and Supplemental application for emergency relief with the TCEQ on Jan. 11, 2013 based on worsening drought conditions and with unanimous…

By Ericka  Her May 1, 2018 Off