Agriculture is the largest user of the world’s water resources. One of the biggest concerns for the future of water-based resources is the sustainability of the current and future water resource allocation.
Texas A&M AgriLife Research collaborates through joint projects with universities; federal, state and local government; and numerous others, including engineering firms, commodity groups and environmental organizations to help address priority water issues in the state.
Research programs focus on demonstrations and educational projects that determine the best methods, processes, or activities to improve and protect water quality. Scientist are improving the region’s water quality by conducting research and developing new technologies enabling improved decisions regarding land and water management practices.