Southern Regional Water Program

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Water Programs for Youth in Texas

These links lead to web sites built for kids or teachers and explore water's important influence in the state of Texas.

iw.jpg  Investigating Water is an environmental education curriculum developed by the Texas 4-H program. Students examine topics such as the physical properties of water, watershed structure, water conservation and factors that affect water quality.
kidslab.jpg  4-H Water Camp. Youth learn about water conservation, economic benefits of reduced water use, technologies for improving efficiencies, proper irrigation management, and methods of reducing non-point source pollution. Participants acquire skills in evaluating water quality/conservation problems and the ability to develop solutions to problems.
waterandme.jpg  Water and Me. A site for kids that teaches them how to save water.
jmg.jpg  Junior Master Gardener Program (JMG), a Master Gardener program just for kids, is also available. This project is designed for use by school teachers, home schoolers, 4-H and other youth clubs, and individual young people. While introducing young gardeners to the art and science of gardening, JMG also teaches how to protect and improve water quality.
  Texas 4-H Water Project. The water project allows youth to explore the conservation of water and how water is an essential part of all aspects of our lives and world.
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