Category Archives: Water Conservation

How Much to Water Lawn in Winter

Source:  Texas AgriLife Research & Extension Center at Dallas – YouTube Channel

Water My Yard

Source:  WaterMyYard.org WaterMyYard.org is a free website that lets Texas residents know when and how much to water based on local weather patterns, the type of irrigation they use and other factors. [ Click to View Water Education Resource ]  

Environmental Laws Affecting Farmers and Ranchers

This publication discusses the various federal regulatory approaches that have been implemented for air, water and land. Read More →

Laundry on Your Own

This publication explains how to remove stains, read care labels, sort and load clothes into a washer, choose detergents and water temperature, and more! Read More →

Texas Wild: Freshwater Sportfish of Texas (Poster)

This 24-inch by 30-inch full-color poster depicts 10 of the most important freshwater sportfish species of Texas. Read More →

Reducing Bacteria with Best Management Practices for Livestock: Stream Crossing

This publication lists the benefits, costs, lifespan, and cost-share programs for stream crossings. Read More →

Reducing Bacteria with Best Management Practices for Livestock: Prescribed Grazing

This publication lists the benefits of prescribed grazing as a practice for producers and the environment, and estimated costs and cost-share programs. Read More →

Reducing Bacteria with Best Management Practices for Livestock: Roof Runoff Structure

This publications explains the benefits, costs, lifespan, and cost-share programs for installing roof runoff structures. Read More →

Reducing Bacteria with Best Management Practices for Livestock: Feed, Salt and/or Mineral Locations

This publication lists the benefits of utilizing feed, salt, and/or mineral locations as a practice to producers and to the environment. Read More →

Reducing Bacteria with Best Management Practices for Livestock: Watering Facility

This publication lists the benefits, estimated costs, lifespans, and cost-share programs for the installation of trough or pond water supply systems. Read More →

Reducing Bacteria with Best Management Practices for Livestock: Fence

This publication lists the advantages, installation costs, and cost-share programs for producers considering fencing as a management option. Read More →

Water is Vital–Especially After a Disaster

Learn how you can find and use hidden sources of water in your home and purify water to make it safe for drinking. Read More →

Disinfecting Water after a Disaster

This publication explains how to disinfect water after a flood, as well as where to find water in an emergency when supplies are limited. Read More →

Soil Testing Following Flooding, Overland Flow of Wastewater and other Freshwater Disasters

Freshwater flooding can affect soil fertility and the physical and chemical properties of soil. This publication explains how to reclaim flooded soil. Read More →

Manure Harvesting Frequency: The Key to Feedyard Dust Control in a Summer Drought

The key to dust control is managing the dry manure depth in the pens by harvesting manure more frequently, and planning ahead when a drought is projected. Read More →