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Whose Water Is It Anyway?Whose Water Is It Anyway?By Judon Fambrough2015-07-20T05:00:00Ztierra-grande
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Let’s cut to the chase, shall we? The state owns nearly all the water in Texas. However, state law and statutes spell out circumstances in which landowners may use water on their property for limited purposes. Digital and Print2069https://www.recenter.tamu.edu/articles/tierra-grande/whose-water-is-it-anyway

 

 

Whose Water Is It Anyway?Whose Water Is It Anyway?Water
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