Landowner Alert System 8-17-21

Posted by on Aug 17, 2021 in News & Events, Water Rights | No Comments

Water Resources & Your Rights:

Join me and Braun & Gresham’s sister company, Plateau Land & Wildlife Management, for a free webinar on August 24th discussing ways to increase water resources on your property. Plateau Wildlife Biologist, David Riley, will provide examples of supplemental water sources, while I will discuss the legal considerations for damming water on your property. At Braun & Gresham, we help landowners navigate water rights questions and issues so they can continue to conserve water resources and protect the species that benefit from them. Call (512) 894-5426 or email cbarton@braungresham.com to discuss your water rights.

– Carly Barton, Attorney & Counselor


Water for Wildlife Webinar

An important part of Wildlife Management, or managing for native Texas wildlife in general, is providing water for the wildlife on your land – especially during the hot summer months. During this one-hour webinar presented by Plateau Wildlife Biologist, David Riley, we will discuss ways to increase water resources on your land. Joining David, Braun & Gresham Attorney and Counselor Carly Barton will discuss legal considerations for damming water on your property… REGISTER TODAY

What’s the Dam Deal?

As Texas continues to grow and water becomes scarcer, more landowners look for solutions to keep water on their properties. Putting a dam on your property can be the answer to preserving water, but complicated regulations can be difficult to navigate. Federal, state, and local governments can all have a say in the construction of a dam. Under Section 404 of the Clean Water Act and Section 10 of the Rivers and Harbors Act of 1899, the United States Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) is tasked with… LEARN MORE

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