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Water-Wise Workshops

Equip your 6th-12th grade students with real-world conservation skills and inspire them to become water stewards at home and school. 

Aquatic Exploration

Explore a nearby waterway and learn about local aquatic animals. Collect water samples, identify aquatic macroinvertebrates, and use this data to assess the health of the waterway. (Outdoors)

Life-Giving Gardens

Learn to recognize important Texas plants and pollinators, provide habitat for birds and butterflies, and plant native wildflower seeds to take home. (Indoors or Outdoors)

Rain Catchers

Discover the importance of collecting and using rainwater for home and school gardens. Calculate how much water can be collected off a nearby roof and help assemble a rain barrel. (Indoors or Outdoors)

Ready, Set, Garden!

Feeling inspired to grow something? Learn the essentials of gardening and apply your new knowledge by designing a water-wise garden for your home or school. (Indoors or Outdoors)

Water Quality Investigation

Explore how pollution enters our waterways, identify local challenges, and conduct tests to evaluate water quality. (Outdoors)

Water Waste Detectives

Conduct an investigation at your school or community center to identify water waste and report your findings to help save water and money. (Indoors and Outdoors)