Every Texan lives in a watershed, whether in the city or the country. Different land uses have different impacts on water quality and quantity in waterbodies throughout the state. Watershed monitoring studies provide vital information that landowners, municipalities and water suppliers, and others need to effectively manage the water on their land or within their jurisdiction. This publication describes different study designs and provides an example of a current study in the middle Trinity River basin. (14 Pages)
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This 130-page handbook covers why written leases are necessary, setting payments for leases, when landowners or lessees can be liable for injuries to a third party, drafting a valid liability waiver, and more.
An aerobic septic system, or aerobic treatment unit (ATU), uses oxygen to breakdown both dissolved and solid constituents into gases, cell mass, and non-degradable material contained in wastewater. This online course will teach you how to properly maintain and operate your ATU. You will have 30 days from the day you register to complete this program. If you do not complete the program within this limit, your registration will expire, and you will need to pay the registration fees again to start over.
Welcome to the Texas Watershed Steward online course! Here you will learn about watersheds, water quality, and watershed management and gain access to all of the information supplied in the face-to-face workshops we hold around the state.
This 2-page publication is aimed at helping children recover more quickly and fully by recognizing the symptoms of psychological trauma and taking steps to alleviate their stresses.