POSTED: Wednesday, September 11, 2013 - 11:00am
UPDATED: Wednesday, September 11, 2013 - 11:14am
AUSTIN, Texas — Six years ago, state leaders launched an effort to better manage the health of Texas' rivers. But environmental advocates fear that ecology still takes a back seat as legislators fret about having enough water to sate Texas' fast-growing cities. Now, every Texas river is threatened by nearly unprecedented drought and the looming effects of climate change. Our series explores the history, health and future of some of Texas' most important and legendary rivers.
Use the interactive map below to view all of the rivers Texas Tribune reporters will write about during the Troubled Waters series. Hover over a river to find the story written about it; if it hasn't been published yet, check back soon. And be sure to visit In the Flow, a co-publication of The Texas Tribune and The Meadows Center for Water and the Environment, for more coverage on the state's waterways.
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