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Friday, March 24, 2017

The Texas Drought Project respects your right to privacy and is committed to maintaining your confidence and trust. We pledge to never sell or inappropriately share our list with any unaffiliated group or individual. However, we may from time to time permit a group we strongly support and whose values we share to invite members of our list to voluntarily join another group’s email list. We have created the following privacy policy to inform you about the ways in which we collect and use this information.

Texas Drought Project does not collect any information from you without your knowledge and permission, and we do not ask that you enter any personal information to access or use most areas of the Texas Drought Project website. In order to use some of the tools and functions, however, such as the online action center, you must enter some identifying information. Texas Drought Project does not disclose this information to anyone except 1) to identify you, as described in the following three paragraphs, to those you contact through our website and 2) to manage our website and database with the help of service providers, who are subject to a non-disclosure agreement. Information you provideTexas Drought Project is stored in a secure location and is accessible only by designated staff.

If you have opted to receive any of our publications by email you are able at any time by contacting Texas Drought Project (a link to our contact information appears at the foot of this page).

When you provide Texas Drought Project with your email address and mailing address, we may contact you to ask you to become a member of Texas Drought Project. You can choose not to receive such requests by contacting us here. On average you will only get about 2 emails per month.