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Water scarcity and successful conservation programs force…
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The pipeline will connect three reservoirs in order to save money on energy costs. The Tarrant Regional Water District received approval for a $101 million loan to finance part of a 180-mile pipeline serving the Dallas-Fort Worth area, the Texas Water Development Board announced in January.
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More than 600 Texas lawmakers and water policy experts came together in Fort Worth this week for The Water Event conference to raise awareness about the state's water crisis. The two-day forum called attention to legislation that aims to confront the state's depleting water resources while its population swells.