Texas Water Resources Institute provides science-based, community-supported solutions for the state’s pressing water quantity and quality challenges through internal expertise and external collaborations.
The Texas Water Resources Institute, TWRI, has helped solve Texas’ water issues through research, education and outreach for 68 years. TWRI provides science-based, community-supported solutions for the state’s pressing water quantity and quality challenges through internal expertise and external collaborations.
Established in 1952, TWRI became the state’s official water resources institute in 1964. Today, it is one of 54 institutes within the National Institutes for Water Resources, supported by the U.S. Geological Survey. TWRI is a unit of Texas A&M AgriLife Research, the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service and the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences at Texas A&M.
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The Cooking Well Series is a suite of programs which includes various lessons of interactive classes with research-based information accompanied by a cooking component.
Resources for this program are provided by county agents directly.
The Rangeland, Wildlife, and Fisheries Management (RWFM) Stewardship Webinar Series provides research-based strategies and applied management recommendations that enhance stewardship practices for our natural resources.
- Tools and Apps
TexasET provides daily reference and weather data from special weather stations and has online tools for use of this data in irrigation scheduling.
- Research Institute or Center
The Texas A&M Natural Resources Institute works to improve the conservation and management of natural resources and private land stewardship through research, education and policy.