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Conservation Matters is published by the Texas Water Resources Institute and the Texas A&M Natural Resources Institute
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TWRI’s Year in review: 2018
For the Texas Water Resources Institute, 2018 marked another successful year of addressing Texas water resource issues. Read more.
New "Reversing the Quail Decline Initiative" Webpage 
NRI has a brand new web page for the Reversing the Quail Decline Initiative on the Dallas AgriLife Center website! Here you'll find an overview of the program, information on our native quail species and links to valuable resources. Read more.
A look back: txH2O Highlights
A look back: txH2O Highlights
Conservation Matters is beginning a new series highlighting previous articles from TWRI's biannual magazine, txH2ORead more.
Wild pig and human interactions
Wild pigs (Sus scrofa) have gained quite a reputation for being aggressive towards humans and companion animals. This article explores research conducted on human-wild pig interactions and will attempt to separate the facts from the substantial lore surrounding this topic. Read more.
Tracy named ISTPP Fellow in Bush School
Dr. John Tracy, Texas Water Resources Institute’s director, was recently selected as a fellow for the Institute for Science, Technology and Public Policy. Read more.
TWRI announces USGS 104G
Water Resources National Competitive Grant

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Texas Quail Index 2018 Summary
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Screening of private water wells helps ensure water quality, human health after flooding
Read more.
Long Acres Ranch: Fabricating a rainfall simulator to teach the future
Read more.
Texas Water Resources Institute to host watershed roundtable Jan. 31
in Waco

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Benefits of Multispecies Management on Private Lands
Read more.
Harvey flooding continues to inspire disaster planning
Read more.
Texas Water Journal publishes article on surface water-groundwater interaction issues in Texas
Read more.
Events
Texas Watershed Steward,
Feb. 5, New Braunfels
 
2019 Urban Riparian Symposium,
Feb. 27-March 1, Grapevine
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TWRI and NRI work together to foster and communicate research and educational outreach programs focused on water and natural resources science and management issues in Texas and beyond. TWRI and NRI are part of Texas A&M AgriLife Research, the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service and the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences at Texas A&M University.

Conservation Matters publishes timely information about water and natural resources news and research at universities and organizations in Texas. If you have information for possible inclusion in Conservation Matters, please contact Kathy Wythe at kwythe@tamu.eduAll submissions may be edited for grammar and style.

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