Our Mission in Monitoring and Protecting Groundwater

The Lone Wolf Groundwater Conservation District was approved by the voters of Mitchell County, Texas, in 2002.

The district's mission is to encourage the conservation, and efficient and beneficial use, of groundwater through monitoring and protecting the resource while upholding private property rights.

Who We Are

The Lone Wolf Groundwater Conservation District is located in West Texas and provides service to Mitchell County. We cover 576,000 acres or 900 square miles of land, including parts of the Colorado River.

The river runs through the county, which gives the county seat its name, Colorado City. With a population of approximately 9,000, Mitchell County consists of three towns, namely Loraine, Colorado City, and Westbrook.


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Newsletters and articles regarding conservation and maintenance of wells, along with other services provided.