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Life Of A Raindrop
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Before water flows freely from your tap it begins as a raindrop.
Water is then available for agriculture, mostly on privately-owned farms and ranches. Rural working lands are key to protecting Texas’ water resources
Properly stewarded land allows water to feed plants and trees while moving downward at the same time to recharge aquifers.
Rural lands are key to protecting Texas’ drinking water.
Our water sustainability depends in large part on the stewardship and conservation of private land.
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