Trinity River

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The Trinity River provides water to over 40% of Texans, particularly in the Dallas/Fort Worth and Houston metropolitan areas.  While 80% of the water used in the Trinity River basin is by cities, 75% of the land is rural, demonstrating the impact that rural land stewardship has on urban water resources.  By providing science-based information to landowners on ways to manage their land, the quality and quantity of water reaching the river will be improved along with the productivity of landowners’ agricultural and wildlife operations.  These publications provide facts about the Trinity River basin and guidelines for specific habitats within the basin.

SP 318 water cons and stewardship in Trinity cover

 

SP-318 Linking Water Conservation and Natural Resource Stewardship in the Trinity River Basin

By: James Cathey, Shawn Locke, A.M. Feldpausch, I.D. Parker, C. Frentress, J. Whiteside, C. Mason, M. Wagner

 

 

SP 316 wetland mgmt pub cover

 

SP-316 Techniques for Wetland Construction and Management

By: Shawn Locke, C. Frentress, James Cathey, C. Mason, R. Hirsch, M. Wagner

 

 

habitat rest cover

 

SP-392 Habitat Restoration in the Middle Trinity River Basin

By: James Cathey, Shawn Locke, Amy Snelgrove, Kevin Skow, Todd Snelgrove

 

 

Native Grassland Restoration in the middle Trinity full cover

 

SP-469 Native Grassland Restoration in the Middle Trinity River Basin

By: Kyle Thigpen, Blake Alldredge, Jay Whiteside, Shawn Locke, Larry Redmon, Megan Clayton, James Cathey

 

 

WF001 cover

 

WF-001 Native Grassland Monitoring and Management

By: Blake Alldredge, Larry Redmon, Megan Clayton, James Cathey

 

 

 

 

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