Louisiana To Study Interstate Water Sales To Parched Texas Communities

West Texas and the I-35 corridor in north Texas are among areas that are in need of increasing amounts of water.

By Ryan PoppeDecember 15, 2017 9:30 am,

From Texas Public Radio:

Many drought-stricken Texas cities have long searched for alternative sources of water, including asking neighboring states for help.  Now Louisiana has approved a measure to begin studying that very idea.

Louisiana’s Water Resources Commission approved a measure this month that sets up a group to study selling some of its water to parts of Texas, where population growth has exceeded or strained their existing water sources.

 Read more.