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Water concerns drive conservation messages


EDN photo by Phil Banker / Texas A&M Agrilife Extension Agent Mark Arnold spoke to the Ennis Lions Club on Wednesday on how to best conserve water during lawn care.

EDN photo by Phil Banker / Texas A&M Agrilife Extension Agent Mark Arnold spoke to the Ennis Lions Club on Wednesday on how to best conserve water during lawn care.

Phil Banker and Nick Todaro, edi...@ennisdailynews.com

Texas A&M Agrilife Extension Agent Mark Arnold told members of the Ennis Lions Club on Wednesday it’s up to individual home and business owners to conserve water as drought conditions persist across the state.

Despite recent rain events, Arnold said the water situation in north Texas has yet to appreciably improve, and it’s been bad for a while. He’s not alone in his estimation of the situation, as Ennis city officials have been briefed on the continuing drought in recent days.

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