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Texas Water Journal Forum

January 22, 2015

The Texas Water Journal periodically hosts water forums throughout Texas. The forums provide perspectives from policy makers, scientists, water resource experts and regional leaders on how we can meet our water needs while experiencing droughts and rising demands. Join us as we explore together the complexity and challenges in providing water for Texans in this century. Each session is free and open to the public.

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2nd Texas Water Journal Forum

April 15, 2014

Video of 2nd Texas Water Journal forum.

The Texas Water Journal moderated a second Texas Water Journal Forum on water conservation April 22 in Austin to celebrate Earth Day.

The forum was held from 6-7:30 p.m. in Room JBG 2.218 of Jackson Geological Sciences Building at the University of Texas. The university’s Campus Environmental Center, a student organization, coordinated the forum.

Forum panelists included Dr. Ken Kramer, volunteer water resources chair and legislative advisor for the Lone Star Chapter of the Sierra Club; Nora Mullarkey, water conservation supervisor at the Lower Colorado River Authority; Dr. Kevin Wagner, associate director of the Texas Water Resources Institute; and Raymond Slade, a certified professional hydrologist.

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