Apalachicola Water Wars: A Battle Between Georgia, Florida And Alabama Is Killing The Last Great Bay
International Business Times

On a hot Tuesday in mid-August, residents of Apalachicola, Fla., gathered outside the county courthouse, where a banner over the entrance read in capital letters “Save the last great bay!” Some carried signs with messages like “Save our river!” and “Congress must act!” In a packed room inside, the state’s two U.S.

Farmers use soil moisture sensors to determine when to irrigate
Albany Herald

Soil moisture sensors are an efficient tool farmers use to optimize their irrigation water use.

Breweries bring Tennessee-Georgia border war to a head
WBIR-TV

That mistake more than a couple of centuries ago is meaningful today because it left water-thirsty Georgia high and dry without access to the Tennessee River that flows achingly close to the current state line. Legislators in Georgia have passed …