Author: Eric Reutebuch

WSFA – Auburn University lands huge grant for water research

WSFA reports on $5 million grant secured by the Auburn University Water Resources Center in collaboration with University of Florida, University of Georgia and Albany State University. Research will focus on the Floridian Aquifer and how to utilize it sustainably. Click here for

Auburn among 4 universities receiving $5 million grant to address SE water issues

Auburn is joining three other Southeastern universities in a $5 million research effort to help ensure water for agricultural production while maintaining healthy rivers and springs. Click here for the full story.

Alabama Water Watch celebrates 25th anniversary

The group is Alabama Water Watch, and as it celebrates a quarter-century of service, its challenge has never been greater: monitoring more than 132,000 miles of rivers and streams as well as more than 300 species of freshwater fish, along

AU researchers participate in SEC Water Conference

Three Auburn University researchers will be among more than 60 academic and governmental researchers to participate in the SEC Academic Conference to be held this month.  Eve Brantley, Extension specialist and associate professor, Department of Crop, Soil and Environmental Science;

Research, education crucial weapons in battling drought

Battling drought Center uses outreach and research to mitigate dry weather In Alabama, farmers oftentimes say that, during the summer, they’re always 10 days from being in a drought. Improving drought preparedness is a goal of the Water Resources Center,

AWW Tiger Giving project a success!

Last fall, the AU Water Resources Center, in collaboration with the AU College of Agriculture’s Office of Communications and Marketing, developed a project to feature on Auburn University’s annual Tiger Giving fundraising drive. The project, Protect Alabama Waterways, was designed

Dr. Prabhakar Clement honored for excellence

  (WESTERVILLE, OH — October 6, 2016) Prabhakar Clement, Ph.D., Auburn University, Alabama, has received the National Ground Water Association’s (NGA) 2016 John Hem Award for Excellence in Science & Engineering, given for significant, recent scientific or engineering contributions to the

ACES releases ‘Climate and Crops’ iBook

Forecasts show a worsening drought expanding across the Southeast. Drought threatens Southeastern states’ economic health. In Alabama alone, major row crops generated more than $663 million in 2015. Crop prices are at record lows, and farmers need tools to help