Search results for: “protect your water well during drought”

  • Program
    This program educates the public about rainwater harvesting and other water-related issues so that we can have a sustainable water supply for generations to come. This website is full of...
  • Publication
    Simple system rainwater harvesting (also referred to as passive rainwater harvesting) utilizes the land and natural elements to slow, spread, and absorb water on site. Configuring the land with some...
  • Project
    Explore and enjoy learning about: Water resources Water conservation Water cycle Water treatment Water chemistry Water stewardship Watershed protection...
    students testing water
  • Course
    ...students will learn how to perform water budgeting calculations by determining water requirements, learning scheduling concepts, and proper zoning principles. This course will also introduce students to the use of...
  • Publication
    Efficient water use is critical to protecting Texas’ greatest resource. The demand for water continues to increase with population and industry growth throughout many parts of the state. Rainwater harvesting...
  • Publication
    ...it as a source of drinking water is responsible for ensuring that the water is safe for consumption. Because the quality of well water can change, private well owners should...
  • Publication
    Homeowners who use graywater to water their lawns need to understand the risks and safety issues associated with this practice. This publication discusses the constituents of graywater; their potential effects...
  • Publication
    ...watering schedules that conserve water while producing quality landscapes. It also explains how to program irrigation system controllers and gives an overview of laws and regulations on the design and...
  • Publication
    With the state's growing population and limited supply of groundwater and surface water, Texans must use water wisely. Rainwater harvesting is an approach that anyone can use to capture rainfall....
  • Publication
    Homeowners and landowners can build simple or complex systems to capture, store and use rainwater to water their landscape plants. (36 pp., 11 tables, 8 figures)