The Texas Clean Rivers Program is a partnership between the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality and regional water authorities to coordinate and conduct water quality monitoring, assessment, and stakeholder participation to improve the quality of surface water within each river basin.
This project will cultivate a sustainable, behavior-changing, litter prevention program for Gulf of Mexico watersheds within the Coastal Bend of Texas by expanding the Up2U litter prevention program from the headwaters of the Nueces basin to six counties and ten watersheds within the Coastal Bend.
Pull. Kill. Plant. refers to a three-pronged multi-year collaborative Project to control an invasive plant (Arundo donax) that was beginning to take over reparian areas within the Nueces Basin, particularly on the upper Nueces and Sabinal Rivers.
Your Remarkable Riparian Field Guide, the bigger, better, most of Texas edition, is now in production–along with Steve Nelle’s ultimate guide to managing riparian areas, Your Remarkable Riparian Owner’s Manual.