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Oct 4 @ 10:39 am
MARVIN NICHOLS: WHY BAD PROJECTS GET GOOD SPIN

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Marvin Nichols Reservoir Would Destroy 66,000 Acres Of Prime Bottomland Wildlife Habitat, Force Thousands Of Texans To Sell Their Family Lands, And Cost The People Of The Dallas-Fort Worth Area $4.4 Billion In Increased Water Rates.

The Dallas-Fort Worth Area Is Not In Urgent Need Of Additional Water Supply. If The Region Needs More Water In Future Decades There Are Cheaper, Less Destructive Ways To Obtain Water Supply Than Building A Huge New Reservoir.

Janice Bezanson, Texas Conservation Alliance’s Longtime Executive Director, Now TCA’s Senior Policy Director, Has 40 Years’ Experience Protecting Rivers, Forests, Prairies, And Other Rich Wildlife Habitats. Janice Has Successfully Campaigned For Over 100,000 Acres Of State And Federal Wildlife Areas That Protect Diverse Habitats. She Has Organized Opposition To Damming Pristine Rivers, Saving Tens Of Thousands Of Aquatic And Bottomland Critters From Being Left Homeless. Her Input To State Water Planning Has Spanned Several Decades.

Janice Has Served On Numerous Boards And Advisory Boards And Been Honored With Awards From The National Wildlife Federation, Audubon Texas, Chevron, The Big Thicket Association, And The Sierra Club. She Was Featured In The Women Shaping Texas In The 20th Century Exhibit At The Bob Bullock State History Museum.