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Brush control is a major contributor in helping to conserve groundwater. Please see the attached article here.
From the Texas Dept. of Agriculture
A copy of this information packet was sent to residents/land owners of Southern Goliad County, where the Goliad County Groundwater Conservation District (GCGCD) has tested and noticed elevated levels of Arsenic in water levels. The EPA does not have regulations for "private wells" but the GCGCD uses their standards for Municipal water. The GCGCD encourages residents/landowners to have their wells tested.
If you have any questions or concerns about the information provided, please contact our office or you may come to a public meeting held every third Monday of each month at 5 pm.
A copy of the information packet is available for viewing below in PDF format.
Letter to Southern Goliad County Residents
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Palmer's Drought Index
Railroad Commission of Texas
Region L Water Planning Group
Texas Alliance of Groundwater Districts
Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ)
Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation
EPA Drinking Water Standards
Texas Natural Resources Information System
Texas Parks and Wildlife Department
Texas Water Conservation Association
Texas Water Development Board
Texas Living Waters Project
Texas Water Resources Institute
May we be responsible stewards of our natural resources.
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