No Land No Water presentation from Blair Fitzsimons at the Texas Agricultural Land Trust. Presentation is A Low Cost Tool for Land Conservation: An Introduction to Conservation Easements. Click to download pdf
No Land No Water. It’s simple. How we conserve and manage
Did You Know?
Water demand will increase 17% by 2070. Supply will remain the same.
The Texas population is projected to increase 70% from 2020-2070.
No Land No Water presentation from Roel R. Lopez at Texas A&M Institute of Renewable Natural Resources. Click to download pdf
No Land No Water presentation by Dr. Francine Romero, Chair, Conservation Advisory Board San Antionio Edwards Aquifer Protection Program. Click to download pdf
Case Studies: Public-Private Partnerships Conserving Land for Water
The use of public dollars to conserve private and public working land as a water quality and quantity strategy has provided huge returns for the citizens of New York City, Minneapolis/St. Paul and Dallas.