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Home  >  Water Quality, Conservation, Drought and Irrigation  >   Drought and Disaster Resources for Texas Producers (Summary)

Drought and Disaster Resources for Texas Producers


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By Justin Duncan and Robert Maggiani, NCAT Agriculture Specialists

Published: January 2015

Updated: n/a



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Support programs exist to help minimize the negative long-term business impacts that result from lack of water. This publication lists and explains a selection of producer resources available from various agencies at both the state and national levels. Resources are listed in order of relevance.

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Federal Programs
Texas Assistance Programs
ATTRA Drought-Related PowerPoint Presentations
ATTRA Publications
Other National Drought Resources

Note: Digital downloads are in full color. Printed, mailed copies are only available in black & white.


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