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  • Angelina-Neches River Authority - Based in Lufkin, includes parts of 17 counties. Includes information on managed lakes, clean rivers, utilities and composting programs.
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  • Brazos River Authority - Develops and distributes water supplies, provides water and wastewater treatment, monitors water quality, and pursues water conservation through public education programs.
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  • Canadian River Municipal Water Authority - Current lake level, contact information, and links.
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  • Colorado River Foundation - Supports programs to clean up the river and develop public awareness of the quality of life provided by the river. River reports, waste collection projects, and a calendar of events.
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  • The Edwards Aquifer - Information about one of the world's most well-known aquifers. Features graphs and charts, images, essays, and photos that describe how the aquifer formed.
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  • Edwards Aquifer Authority - Covers Uvalde, Medina and Bexar counties, plus parts of four others. Includes water data, meeting and hearing dates, planning documents, regulations, and overview of aquifer and of organization.
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  • Guadalupe-Blanco River Authority - Based in Seguin, includes parts of 10 counties from Kendall to Calhoun and Refugio. Includes information on board, staff, and departments, water and recreation facilities, and water quality data.
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  • Lavaca Navidad River Authority - Based in Edna, covers parts of 9 counties to Lavaca Bay. Includes map, water quality and flow data, management plans and regional planning, and staff contacts.
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  • Lower Colorado River Authority - Develops and distributes water supplies, provides water and wastewater treatment, monitors quality, and pursues conservation through public education programs.
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  • Lower Neches Valley Authority - Headquartered in Beaumont, operates in Tyler, Hardin, Liberty, Chambers and Jefferson Counties. Includes information on conservation, utility, and economic development programs, with water quality data and staff organization.
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  • Nueces River Authority - Headquartered in Uvalde, covers parts of 22 counties. Includes photos, descriptions of key projects, water quality and level statistics, and staff contact information.
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  • NWISWeb Data - Water-resources data from thousands of collection points across the state. Includes realtime flow and levels for surface and ground water, and water quality data.
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  • Sabine River Authority of Texas - Governmental agency of the State of Texas created as a conservation and reclamation district with responsibilities to control, store, preserve, and distribute the waters of the Sabine River and its tributary system for useful purposes. Headquarters in Orange, Texas.
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  • San Antonio River Authority - Includes meetings and citizen comment opportunities, organization, and reports and information on water quality and levels. Headquartered in San Antonio, covers Medina and San Antonio rivershed in 8 counties from Bandera to Goliad.
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  • San Jacinto River Authority - Includes current conditions, news, fact sheets about water terms, and photos.
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  • Sulphur River Basin Authority - Maps, meeting times, and information on water quality, and Clean Rivers Program. Headquartered in Texarkana, covers parts of 10 counties from Fannin to Cass.
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  • Texas Alliance of Groundwater Districts - (Formerly the Texas Groundwater Conservation Districts Association.) Information on meetings, publications and operating manuals, and aquifer maps.
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  • Texas Groundwater Protection Committee - Consortium of state agencies and the Texas Association of Groundwater Districts, protecting groundwater resources. Information on Committee meetings and publications, with resources on wells, septic, pesticides and other issues.
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  • Texas Water Development Board - State agency charged with statewide water planning and administration of low-cost financial programs for the planning, design and construction of water supply, wastewater treatment, flood control and agricultural water conservation projects.
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  • Texas Water Matters - Works to ensure adequate water for environmental and human consumptive needs, reduce future demand for water, educated decision-makers, and involve citizens. Includes information about groundwater, planning, conservation, and economics.
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  • Texas Water Resources Institute - Serves as a focal point for water-related research at Texas universities, encouraging discussion of statewide issues through meetings and multi-university studies. Includes calendar of events, newsletters, and reports.
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  • Texas Waters Data - Information provided by Texas Parks and Wildlife on water conservation, drought data, wetlands, coastal studies, water data access, reports, and publications.
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  • Trinity River Authority - Information on facilities, regional planning and environmental monitoring, recreation, water conditions, and employment. Based in Arlington, covers 17 counties from Tarrant to Liberty.
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  • Upper Colorado River Authority - Current conditions, information about the Clean Rivers program, photos, and resources.
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  • Upper Guadalupe River Authority - Includes information on environment, water quality, regional utility and watershed planning, weather, and employment. Located in Kerr County, from headwaters to boundary of Blanco-Guadalupe River Authority.
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  • USGS Texas - Water resources of Texas. Features news, real-time water data, water quality reports, weather information, and mapping.
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