LAMPASAS — The local Texas AgriLife Extension service recently hosted two workshops aimed at improving water quality and reducing the levels of bacteria that find its way into the Lampasas River watershed.
The first meeting Sept. 17 focused on ways to keep septic systems functioning properly and to perform routine maintenance. On Sept. 18, watershed stakeholders, landowners and interested residents attended a workshop to learn how free-range livestock can pollute water sources and to discuss ways to offer alternative water sources.
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