Texas Water Symposium

Water, essential for life, is our most precious and valuable natural resource, but water supply is limited and under increasing pressure from a growing population.  How will we protect this resource and plan for a sustainable future?  There is a great need for a water-literate public; decisions being made today have far reaching and long lasting effects for our children and future generations.

The Texas Water Symposium series provides perspectives from policy makers, scientists, water resource experts and regional leaders.  Join us as we explore together, the complexity and challenges in providing water for Texans in this century.  Each session is free and open to the public.

The Texas Water Symposium is presented through a partnership with the Hill Country Alliance, Schreiner University, Texas Tech University and Texas Public Radio.

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3:21 pm
Fri November 16, 2007

H2O The Science Of Water Issues

This is the second of four panel discussions of the Texas Water Symposium. The symposium is a joint project of Schreiner University, Texas Tech University at Fredericksburg, Texas and Texas Public Radio. The event was held on November 7, 2007 in the ballroom of the Admiral Nimitz Museum in Fredericksburg, Texas. 

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4:07 pm
Fri October 5, 2007

More Precious Than Gold

The ethical, economic, legal and environmental implications of supplying 40 million people with water by 2050:

The Texas Water Symposium is a joint project of Schreiner University, Texas Tech University at Fredericksburg and Texas Public Radio. This is the first of a series of four panel discussions addressing water issues in the San Antonio and Hill Country area.

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