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When it comes to water, Texas has a grassroots approach to planning for our state’s water future. Each of Texas’ 16 regional water regions has a citizen planning group that sets priorities for water projects in that region. Public input and participation in this process is crucial to ensuring a safe, abundant, and just water future for our state—which is why we’re hoping you’ll dive into your local water with us!

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Event Date: 
Wednesday, April 27, 2016 - 10:30am

On Wednesday, April 27, 2016, Rev. Peggy Ogden-Howe and Sue Sidney, a United Methodist Women’s leader, accompanied Outreach & Engagement Specialist, Rev. Sam Brannon, to the Region G water-planning meeting in Waco, Texas. This Water Captains “field trip” was an opportunity for members of the faith community to participate in the regional water planning process.

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On Thursday, April 28, 2016, the House Committee on State Affairs held an interim hearing to study if the state is adequately prepared for economic, natural, or man-made disasters. Under the direction of Chairman Byron Cook, the committee heard testimony from various relevant agencies.

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We did Earth Day across the state this year!

Sunday, May 29, 2016 at 6PM, our friends at Christ the King Evangelical Lutheran Church, Houston, are hosting a Conversations on Creation webinar featuring Colby May. Colby May, a certified energy manager and pastor, will speak on Energy Conservation.  Colby has performed more than 1500 in-depth energy studies, and is the founder of LIT, a firm which aides churches in energy management expressly to empower ministry.

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