Texas Living Waters Projectupdated: November 2014

The Texas Living Waters Project works to transform the way we manage and allocate our water to better preserve the Texas we love for future generations.

The Texas Living Waters Project is a joint effort of the Lone Star Chapter of the Sierra Club and National Wildlife Federation as well as our regional partner, Galveston Bay Foundation. Together, we work to transform the way Texas manages water to better protect our springs, rivers and estuaries to meet the water needs of Texas and future generations of Texans.

Alternate Contact:

  • National Wildlife Federation, South Central Regional Office
    • Myron Hess, Water Programs Manager/Counsel
    • 44 East Ave #200
    • Austin, TX 78701
    • 512-476-9805/512-610-7754
    • hess@nwf.org

Contact Texas Living Waters Project

Ken Kramer
Water Resources Chair
Lone Star Chapter of the Sierra Club
1202 San Antonio St
Austin, Texas  78701
Phone: 512-477-1729


Service Area

Statewide service provider in:
  • Texas

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