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.
LUBBOCK — Texas Agricultural Land Trust has announced a new campaign to raise awareness for the contributions of private working lands to the water supply. The campaign is called No Land, No Water. Texas land is 97 percent privately owned and in rural areas, according to TALT. “When it rains in Texas, that rain falls…
Texas Parks and Wildlife Department is joining the statewide campaign, No Land No Water™, the theme of this year’s Soil & Water Stewardship Week, which runs through May 7. To support the campaign, which highlights the importance of voluntary land stewardship in Texas, the department has partnered with the Texas State Soil and Water Conservation…
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.