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Navigating our Water Rights: Rule of Capture

In Texas, the Rule of Capture has historically governed groundwater usage. Originating from English common law, this rule allows landowners to pump and capture any amount of groundwater beneath their property without liability to neighboring landowners who might claim the withdrawal adversely affects their well. While this may sound straightforward, the implications are far-reaching, impacting […]

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Press Release: Meeting Highlights – February 2024

The Post Oak Savannah Groundwater Conservation District (POSGCD) held a productive board meeting on February 13, 2024, addressing key groundwater management issues and initiatives aimed at safeguarding our aquifer resources. The meeting underscored the District’s commitment to responsible groundwater stewardship and community engagement. Key takeaways from the meeting include:

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Enhancing Groundwater Management: Staff Commitment to Continuing Education and Collaboration with Consultants to Improve Data Accessibility

In the past few weeks, the staff at the Post Oak Savannah Groundwater Conservation District have been engaged in a series of significant events and meetings that underscore our commitment to groundwater conservation, education, and collaboration. Here’s a brief overview of our recent activities:   TAGD Winter Business Meeting in Round Rock Our team participated

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Press Release – Board Meeting Highlights Key Leadership Changes and Educational Initiatives

Discover the latest developments from the Post Oak Savannah Groundwater Conservation District’s Board meeting: leadership changes, educational sponsorships, and updates on our well water level monitoring network. Dive into the details of these pivotal decisions and initiatives that shape our community’s future.

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The 2024 Budget: A Snapshot

The 2024 Budget: A Snapshot The 2024 budget, set at $8,781,734, marks an increase from the previous year’s budget of $7,944,397. This budget is a comprehensive plan that allocates funds for various critical areas, including: $2,906,541 for Conservation Programs: This includes the district’s grant funding for water providers. $1,498,736 for the Aquifer Conservancy Program (ACP):

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Pouring Over Propositions: Texas Constitutional Amendments and the Future of Water

Get ready to vote on November 7, 2023! As we approach the upcoming election to amend the state constitution, it’s important to have the resources to help make the most informed decision that best represents what you value. This article summarizes proposed constitutional amendments, all viewed through the lens of groundwater conservation. Proposition 1 –

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