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The Prairielands Groundwater Conservation District was created in 2009 by the 81st Texas Legislature with a directive to conserve, protect and enhance the groundwater resources of Ellis, Johnson, Hill and Somervell Counties in Texas.










The Prairielands Groundwater Conservation District was created in 2009 by the 81st Texas Legislature with a directive to conserve, protect and enhance the groundwater resources of Ellis, Johnson, Hill and Somervell Counties in Texas.

The Texas Commission on Environmental Quality designated a large area over the Trinity Aquifer from the Red River to Central Texas as a Priority Groundwater Management Area (PGMA) due to the critical groundwater declines facing the area.


To register, report on wells or pay fees, click here:https://registration-prairielandsgcd.org
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RFQ for professional services related to the development of DFCs within Groundwater Management Area 8


August 9, 2018

The purpose of the Request for Qualifications (RFQ) is to solicit qualifications from interested parties regarding their recommended approach to and qualifications for supporting the Groundwater Management Area 8 (GMA-8) Joint Planning Committee in its efforts to conduct all necessary and appropriate activities to develop and adopt desired future conditions (DFCs) for the aquifers within GMA-8.


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