NEWS



  • Green Pros 2017 workshop registration now open

    Dec 08, 2016

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    TRWD and Texas AgriLife set to launch second year of workshops for green industry professionals. The five-class workshop series is designed to offer information on sustainable landscape practices that reduce the impact on our environment.

  • Zebra mussels found in two Tarrant County lakes

    Jun 30, 2016

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    Spread of zebra mussels across the U.S. expands to North Texas lakes . Adult mussels spotted in Eagle Mountain Lake and Lake Worth. 


  • Tarrant residents saving water, getting noticed

    May 19, 2016

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    Saying goodbye to the "water hog" label. Water conservation scorecard gives good marks to Fort Worth and other Tarrant County cities. Nice job. 


  • Tarrant County's Future Water Needs

    May 16, 2016

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    Plans for developing future water supplies for North Texas are updated every five years. Here's a look at potential water supply sources to meet expected jump in demands due to rising population in Tarrant County.

  • November ends with record rainfall. Adds to annual tally.

    Dec 01, 2015
    umbrellas rain An amazing amount of rainfall sweeps across North Texas over Thanksgiving weekend. Our reservoirs are full again. And with one month left, we've officially received almost 60 inches of rain for the year.


  • Disbelieving homeowners say hot weather is not cause of high water bills

    Sep 14, 2015
    irrigation lawn Homeowners surprised to see high water bills. But that's what happens when it quits raining like it did in July and August this year and we have to rely on irrigation systems to take up the slack. The article fails to mention, higher water use was not observed the last three summers due to significant amounts of rainfall.

  • Sticker shock: Higher water bills capturing users' attention

    Sep 04, 2015
    water rates Be prepared when you open your next water bill. Across Tarrant County, summer water use is at its highest levels since 2011 and it's catching many residents by surprise.


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