Water, water everywhere… and not a drop to spare. It’s a saying for a reason, especially in Texas! That’s why we write stories about floods, droughts, water quality, and water quantity.
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Building on lessons learned during the drought, Austin Water is proposing to move to a permanent one-day-per-week watering schedule. In a press release, Austin Water said they realize this would be a significant change for the community, which is why they are now soliciting public feedback as they move the proposal on to
Even though the weather has cleared up here in Austin, many people are still suffering from the devastating effects of recent flooding. The Austin American-Statesman reports that many Travis County residents (especially those in the Thoroughbred Farms neighborhood) are having difficulty gaining access to the resources they need to recover.
[Water] Last week’s record-breaking rainfall wreaked havoc in Austin. Three people in Travis County died and hundreds of homes were damaged. Mayor Steve Adler has since declared a local state of disaster. Here’s how you can help: Donate new undergarments, socks, pillows, blankets, and towels to the Hope Family Thrift
The following video and press release comes from Our Desired Future, a multimedia educational project that seeks to educate Texans
Austin's 2nd Annual Preach-Off on Climate Change was an inspiration.
For 29 years, Keep Austin Beautiful has been recognizing the outstanding achievements of businesses, individuals, and communities who clean, beautify, and protect the Austin environment by awarding