September 5, 2023
FORT STOCKTON, Texas (Sept. 5, 2023) — Belding Farms, a pecan grower in Fort Stockton, filed a petition with the Middle Pecos Groundwater Conservation District (GCD) to strengthen rules intended to protect the Edwards-Trinity Aquifer that underlies Pecos County and feeds Comanche Springs.
May 30, 2023
Belding Farms, a pecan grower in Fort Stockton that is seeking to stop renewal of a groundwater permit to export water out of Pecos County, was denied its legal request to halt the process on Tuesday.
May 9, 2023
Belding Farms, a 60-year-old pecan farm in Fort Stockton, has taken legal steps to halt renewal of a groundwater permit to export water out of Pecos County to protect its water rights and those of all others and to ensure sustainability of the aquifer.
April 20, 2022
Fort Stockton Pioneer Belding Farms, one of the largest pecan growers in Texas, and Texas Water Trade, a nonprofit water-conservation organization, have launched their first joint […]
April 13, 2022
Fort Stockton Pioneer Growing season began last month for the pecans at Belding Farms. The farm, located in Pecos County, produces an average of 5 million […]
March 30, 2022
Fort Stockton Pioneer Comanche Springs is the canary in the coal mine for our community. Read more…