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August 25, 2023

Education & Communications Coordinator, Full-time Post Oak Savannah Groundwater Conservation District. 

Postition: Education & Communications Coordinator, Full-time Job Summary: We are looking for a creative professional who develops and executes multi-channel social media strategies to promote public participation, increase engagement and educate the public, designs and creates content for bi-weekly e-newsletters and quarterly newsletters, authors press releases, creates content for website and infographics. The individual in the […]

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GCD Education Coordinator, Doug Box  Retires

After five years of dedication and hard work, our Education Coordinator, Doug Box, will be retiring from the Post Oak Savannah Groundwater Conservation District. Doug has been an invaluable member of our team, leading our education initiatives and fostering a deep understanding of water conservation, preservation and prevention of waste of groundwater among students and

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Steven Wise announces his Retirement from the Post Oak Savannah GCD Board

Steven Wise, Post Oak Savannah Groundwater Conservation District (POSGCD) Board Member, announced his retirement from the POSGCD Board effective following the August 8, 2023 POSGCD Board meeting. Steven was appointed by the Milam County Commissioner’s Court in 2013 to represent At Large Interests in Milam county. In 2016 he was elected Board Vice President and served in that

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300 folks attended the Summit this year.

Milam & Burleson Counties Groundwater Summit Overview Groundwater experts came to the Caldwell Civic Center on August 17, 2023 to speak at the ninth annual Milam & Burleson Counties Groundwater Summit. About 300 folks attended the Summit this year. Leah Martinsson, Executive Director of the Texas Alliance of Groundwater Districts, once again served as the

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