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Texas groundwater supplies are shrinking, and that’s a threat to us all

My great-grandfather founded our family’s Hill Country ranch in 1887. For nearly 100 years, spring water flowed through the seeps and creeks of our land, year-round, and almost without exception.

The water began to dry up a little more than 30 years ago as more people dug wells into the Middle Trinity Aquifer.

Read more from David K. Langford, former chief executive of the Texas Wildlife Association, in his op-ed with Dallas Morning News here.