Education and Awareness on Ground Water
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The Edwards Aquifer consists of three different zones (drainage, recharge, and artesian) covering the South Central Texas landscape.
National Geographic presents this short film showcase. Learn how groundwater was introduced back into this Hill Country restoration project by working with Mother Nature instead of against her.
By: The Power of Community | Jul 18, 2017
Jacob's Well, an artesian spring a few miles north of Wimberley, isn't your average dip in the pool. The crystal-clear water of this popular swimming hole has been drawing Central Texans for at least 150 years.
Articles and Studies
By: John Ashworth, LBG- Guyton Associates | July 2017
An in depth view of the Trinity Aquifer during normal conditions, drought, and flood.
This recent Texas aquifer study covers groundwater quantity, quality, flow, and contributions to surface water
By: Texas Water Development Board | September 2016
The purpose of the TWDB’s water-level program is to gain representative information about static water levels in aquifers (water levels unaffected by recent or nearby pumping) throughout the state in order to support water planning from the local to a more regional perspective