No Land No Water presentation by Dr. Francine Romero, Chair, Conservation Advisory Board San Antionio Edwards Aquifer Protection Program.
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Texas working lands are undergoing a fundamental change, one that has implications for rural economies, national and food security, and conservation of water and other natural resources. Native landscapes are increasingly threatened by suburbanization, rural development and land fragmentation driven by rapid population growth. The goal of the Texas Land Trends report, published every 5 years, is to provide public and private decision-makers with information needed to plan for the conservation of Texas’ working lands.