General Manager, Gary Westbrook, gave an update to the District at the Burleson County Commissioners Court Tuesday November 12, 2019 Burleson County Commissioners Court Presentation Presentation
General Manager, Gary Westbrook, gave an update to the District at the Milam County Commissioners Court Monday October 28, 2019 Milam County Commissioners Court Presentation
A news segment featuring the Aquifer Conservancy Program (ACP) aired earlier today on KBTX Channel 3 News’ Brazos Valley This Morning. General Manager Gary Westbrook and ACP Ambassador Amy Jurica-Hinnant of Burleson county highlighted the program’s purpose and how to…
Doug Box and Gary Westbrook shared the program "How POSGCD Works for You" with the Caldwell Rotary Club on Feb 12, 2019. The program was well received and encouraged questions. Thank you for the invitation! Here is a copy of…
From the Ashes By Jaclyn Robertson [Dec. 4, 2018] Our District is deeply rooted in the natural landscape and the boundaries of our communities extend to the soils, water, plants, and wildlife that support us. Our Post Oak Savannah ecoregion…
The opening program with Board President, Sidney Youngblood and General Manager, Gary Westbrook, on the State of the District is on line for you to view. To see the video click here!
Aug 15, 2018 9am - 4pm Speakers and sign up information coming soon. Save the Date!
A panel of hydrogeologists is scheduled to discuss how large-scale production in the Carrizo-Wilcox Aquifer will impact water levels and landowners in the District.
Toya Jones, a hydrogeologist for Intera, has 30 years of experience in aquifer characterization and development of numerical models that measure water resources. She has served in key technical roles for the development of groundwater availability models for numerous aquifers in Texas, where her efforts include compiling and analyzing aquifer water-level data and establishing regional groundwater flow and pre-development aquifer conditions.
Larry French, Director of the Groundwater Division of the Texas Water Development Board, will discuss Desired Future Conditions (DFCs), which are quantifiable conditions of an aquifer at a specified future time. Along with the Groundwater Division staff, French conducts basic research and monitoring of the characteristics and conditions of Texas’ aquifers.
Robert Mace, Deputy Executive Administrator of Texas Water Development Board, is scheduled to discuss Groundwater Availability Models (GAMs). Mace leads the agency’s Water Science & Conservation office, a department of 70 scientists, engineers and specialists dedicated to better understanding groundwater and surface water resources.