conservation

Report: Guadalupe River Going Dry
Most of South Texas is still trying to recover from the devastating three-year drought, with not much relief in sight. As a result, lakes, rivers, creeks and streams are quickly losing water volume. A new report on My San Antonio.com says the Guadalupe River is the driest it has been in more than fi…
New Whooping Crane Habitat Now Protected
Like clockwork the whooping cranes appear in the marshlands of the coastal bend every year. Were it not for the hard work and perseverance of several conservation groups, the cranes may have disappeared from the face of the earth. Today, the crane population continues to grow and the work continues …
ERCOT News Release: Power Warning – Conservation Critical
Austin, Aug.4, 2011 - Consumers and businesses are asked to reduce their electricity use during peak electricity hours from 3 to 7 p.m. today to avert the need for rotating outages.
 
The Electric Reliability Council of Texas, Inc. (ERCOT), system operator for the state’s bulk transmission grid, initi…