December 21, 2010 • 3:18PM

Under NAWAPA, West Texas is estimated to receive 12 million acre feet of water for agriculture per year, a large portion of which will flow into the Pecos River. Gary Bryant, a manager of Texas' Pecos River, and water specialist for Texas A & M AgLife Extension Service, discusses some of what it is going to take to move water through the NAWAPA system, and into Texas.