Important Announcements!

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Thank you for the hundreds of signatures (and still coming) on the local water control petition supporting Environmental Stewardship’s appeal to the Texas Water Development Board (TWDB).  TWDB responded that there will be hearing.  We’ll let you know when and where.  Please forward this email to your friends and neighbors anywhere in Texas.  Ask them to go here and sign the petition/letter, just as you did.

Important Announcements — Mark Your Calendars Y’all!

*  Rick Perry’s announcement that he’s running for Prez on Saturday will be followed by the launching of PerryPoop.com next week.  It’s a love letter from Texas independents to America’s independents, who will likely decide this election. Watch for it and get ready to share it across the country!

*  Saturday, August 27th, Lexington, Texas, 2-5 pm Lexington Senior Citizens Center, 547 Third St., Independent Texans Meeting.  A presentation about water issues in Central Texas, is followed by a strategy session on the upcoming 2012 election races. Spread the word — please come!  (Here’s an update from the Bastrop Advertiser on an important water legal battle.)

Monday & Tuesday, Sept. 12-13, Farm and Ranch Freedom Alliance Annual Conference, San Antonio.  Don’t miss the water panel on Monday.  Go here for details.  (If you are coming to the conference, please let us know as we’d like to have lunch with you on Monday.)

*  Saturday, Sept. 24, Rainwater Harvesting Forum in Brenham.  Flier below.  Early registration is just $25, including lunch.  Hope to see you there!

Volunteers Needed!  Send a reply here if you want to help.

We are also eager to get out to other regions of the state.  Please invite us to come to you beyond the central Texas region.  Feel free to call us at 512-535-0989 or send an email here.

Rainwater Harvesting Flier


1 thought on “Important Announcements!

  1. We desperately need legislation to keep our water flowing. San Antonio and Hill Country developers are prolifically building in areas that HAVE NO WATER. The amount of residential and commercial development can not be sustained by relying on other cities diminishing supplies. This issue is bound to become much more significant with the water needed to FRACK the south San Antonio region by energy companies such as Haliburton.

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