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New Title Requirements for Fort Worth District Mitigation Banks

3 Key Ways to Restore & Recharge Your Water Supply

Most water resources managers agree that clean drinking water doesn’t start at your tap, it starts at the source.

In states with an abundance of wetlands, wetland habitats can store and slow the flow of floodwaters, sustaining rivers and streams, while also serving as a source of water.

To that end, it’s important to find ways to restore and replenish watersheds so they will remain viable sources of potable water.

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4 Ways to Achieve a Bat-Friendly Project Site

Eight species of bats within the U.S. are listed under the Endangered Species Act (ESA) as threatened or endangered, and several others are proposed for listing or listed as threatened and/or endangered by a state agency. Increasingly, projects must demonstrate lack of impact to bat migration, foraging zones, and nesting sites or have a bat biologist on project staff. But, there are steps you can take to help you achieve a bat-friendly project site.

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4 Highlights of the Clean Water Rule

Louisiana Wetlands

In spring 2014, we updated our subscribers on the EPA’s proposed Waters of the United States (WOUS) rule, more commonly called the Clean Water Rule (CWR). Well, a year later, the rule was formalized in the Federal Register on June 29, 2015. Here are four things you need to know about this new rule and what it could mean for you.

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Water Treaty of 1944 Dries Up

If you live in East Texas, you’re probably not having a water shortage problem with all the recent storms we’ve been having. However, if you live or work in the Rio Grande Valley, you may still be asking “where has all the water gone?” But, Mother Nature is not the only culprit.

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