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Down the Devils

Down the Devils

Land Stewardship Resources

With gear loaded, we shove out into the river, slipping the canoe through a small break in the cattails. Where we launch, the current is moderate and the river is wide so the paddling is akin to being on a pond. We spend a few minutes coordinating our paddle strokes and situating our gear before heading downstream. The excitement is evident as conversation is light and brisk. However, our attitudes are merely a ruse, for downstream the roar of Texas’ largest waterfall awaits us. There is no turning back now, so we paddle on.


Riparian Notes

Riparian Notes

Water Resources

By: Steve Nelle, NRCS Texas


Where the First Raindrop Falls

Where the First Raindrop Falls

Water Resources

Published in Texas Parks and Wildlife Magazine, July 2009


Land-Based Water Conservation and Water Yield Practices: Monitoring Strategies

Land-Based Water Conservation and Water Yield Practices: Monitoring Strategies

Water Resources

Study submitted to Region L South Central Texas Regional Water Planning Group
Study by: Texas A&M Institute of Renewable Natural Resources and Grazingland Management Systems, Inc.
Sponsored by: Texas Wildlife Association Foundation


Influence of Conservation Practices on Water Yield

Influence of Conservation Practices on Water Yield

Water Resources

Study submitted to Region L South Central Texas Regional Water Planning Group
Study by: Texas A&M Institute of Renewable Natural Resources and Grazingland Management Systems, Inc.
Sponsored by: Texas Wildlife Association Foundation


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