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State Conservation Board Releases Report on Impact of Brush Control on Groundwater Levels in the Carrizo-Wilcox Aquifer

GONZALES - The TSSWCB and HDR Engineering recently finalized a study that evaluated brush management in Gonzales County as a water management strategy for the 2016 South Central Texas Regional Water Plan. The model scenarios show that implementing brush management in Gonzales, Caldwell, and Guadalupe Counties over the Carrizo-Wilcox Aquifer outcrop could potentially increase the groundwater levels in these counties by 1,370 to 13,910 ac-ft/yr depending on landowner participation levels.

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Plum Creek Watershed Partnership to hold Stakeholder Meeting

LOCKHART - The Plum Creek Watershed Partnership is celebrating its tenth year as an organization and welcomes the public to participate in a special stakeholder meeting set for May 12, 2016 at Kyle City Hall located at 100 West Center Street. Sign in begins at 6:00 p.m. with a free BBQ dinner to be provided for meeting attendees. Discussion topics will include low impact development, feral hog abatement, water conservation, water quality management, and stakeholder engagement.

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