Dallas Drought

Water, Water … Nowhere? Texas is Nearing Critical Conditions For Water, But Will We Reach California-Level Drought?

By Joanna England / June 30, 2014 / 2 Comments

The latest issue of Governing magazine has a story that all Texans should read, and then read again. The story’s title is self-explanatory — “Drought-Plagued Regions Struggle to Conserve Water and Make Money” — an issue with which much of North and West Texas are intimately familiar.

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Burton Knight is Not Giving Up on His Water-Friendly Lawn, Says Unfair Park

By Joanna England / May 3, 2013 / 14 Comments

  Photo: City of Dallas via Unfair Park Burton Knight is a smart fellow — he has a horticulture degree from my alma mater, Texas A&M University — but all the wits in the world might not be enough to win a fight against Dallas City Hall. If you’ll recall, Knight xeriscaped his Junius Heights […]

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