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Texas Water Regions

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      Region F
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Region F

Region F

Regional Facts

Major Cities
San Angelo, Odessa, Midland
Primary RiversColorado, Rio Grande
Major AquifersEdwards-Trinity Plateau, Cenozoic, Pecos Alluvium, Ogallala
Annual Precipitation8-23 Inches
Net Evaporation36-68 Inches

2011 Regional Water Plan

Read the 2011 Regional Water Plan: http://www.twdb.state.tx.us/wrpi/rwp/3rdround/2011RWP.asp

Additional Resources

Take Action!

Find out what is happening in Region F. Meeting information and planning documents are posted on the TWDB website.
Go to TWDB's Region F page.

Here are just a few things you can do.

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