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Permalink Texas Stewardship Week Highlights Importance of Voluntary Stewardship in Protecting Water

The Texas State Soil and Water Conservation Board, Association of Texas Soil & Water Conservation Districts, Texas Agricultural Land Trust, Texas Wildlife Association and Texas and Southwestern Cattle Raisers Association are joining a wide range of other state agencies and organizations in a campaign to highlight the importance of voluntary land stewardship in Texas. Soil and Water Stewardship Week is April 30 through May 7, 2017, and the focus this year is "No Land No Water ™." Organizers point out that voluntary stewardship and innovative agricultural practices increase the quantity and improve the quality of water, and that rural working lands are crucial to protecting and preserving the water resources of Texas. The campaign has its own website.

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