California, Texas, and Florida

California, the most populous state, has a highly-detailed and structured state water planning process, involving public meetings, task schedules, legislative recommendations, and five-year plan updates. Texas, the second most populous state, has a highly-detailed and structured state water planning process, … Continue reading

March 1, 2021

After a series of meetings around the state, the “Citizens Water Problem Study Committee” delivered their report to Governor Leroy Collins on March 1, 1955.  Sixty years ago, their primary “question was “the need for a water law in Florida.” … Continue reading