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TRIB+Water Volume: 2 Issue: 25
December 17, 2014

Welcome to Trib+Water, a water news wrap-up and analysis prepared every other week by The Texas Tribune and the Meadows Center for Water and the Environment at Texas State University. We bring you the latest news and events concerning the river systems of Texas and important water issues on a state and regional level. Vol: 2 Issue: 25: ...
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Why water is not the new oil
December 12, 2014
 Why water is not the new oilBy Sharlene Leurig, Dec. 8, 2014
Photo by Gabriel Cristóver Pérez
  “Water is the new oil.”

Nowhere is this platitude more recited than here in Texas, where homegrown oil-and-gas money — and now even global capital — is flowing into the next resource boom: groundwater.
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TX H2O-Can we start thinking of water as a crop?
December 12, 2014

Workers install a fence on the 77 Ranch as part of Water As A Crop’s cost-share program to promote sustainable land management. Photo by Craig Ficenec, Water As A Crop.

By Sara Carney

Water is not traditionally thought of as a crop, but Water As A Crop® and its partners are hoping to change that. This organization promotes the idea that water falling on private, rural land can be effectively conserved and marketed in a manner similar to crops...
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