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Natural Outlook, Fall 2010

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mountains along the border.

The TCEQ’s Border Initiative was created in 2008 as a comprehensive, cooperative effort to address environmental concerns along the Texas border with Mexico.

Sunflower.

Winners of the 2010 Environmental Excellence Awards are recognized for outstanding achievements in environmental preservation and protection.

 

Railroad bridge over the Red River.

Texas is a member of five interstate river compacts, covering the Rio Grande, Pecos, Canadian, Sabine, and Red rivers.

 

Artist rendering of Crestview Station.

Crestview Station in Austin and 1531 Inspiration Drive in Dallas are just two of hundreds of properties across the state that have been cleaned up and redeveloped.

Air monitor

The state devotes extensive resources to the Barnett Shale area in North Texas.

 

EnviroMentor Logo - hand on green background.EnviroMentors Lend a Helping Hand

Volunteer experts give free, confidential assistance to those needing help complying with state environmental rules.

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