We are excited to present the Texas 4-H Water Ambassadors Program!  

The Program

During the recent January Middle Trinity Groundwater Conservation District Board Meeting, Stephanie Keith introduced Texas A&M AgriLife Extension’s 4-H20 Program Coordinator, David Smith, to present the up and coming   4-H Water Ambassador Program.  As a District, everyone is thrilled about the progressive work that has been exemplified thus far by the first group of participants.  What a fantastic opportunity for high school aged students to become involved with the rising issue of water conservation within their very own communities.  Currently, the counties within the Middle Trinity Groundwater Conservation District are not represented by an ambassador.  We would like to share the program details in an effort to promote this opportunity to our local high school students. 

4-H Water Ambassador Summer Tour 2017

Ask me about our FREE curriculum for grades 4th, 5th, 7th, 8th, and high school!

Upcoming Events

  • April 2, 2018:  Build Your Own Aquifer with Lingleville 7th Grade
  • April 4, 2018:  TSU TEAM - Water Conservation Game
  • April 5, 2018:  MTGCD Board of Directors Meeting 1:00 pm
  • April 14, 2018:  Dublin Public Library - Water Conservation in the Garden
  • April 17, 2018:  Groundwater Collaboration Outdoor Field Day Experience!
  • April 24, 2018:  Texas Well Owner Network "Well Educated" Short Course 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm
  • April 25, 2018:  Coldwell Banker Realtor Groundwater 101
  • April 26, 2018:  Kingdom Kids Preschool Water Education Day
  • April 27, 2018:  Earth Day with Centex Sustainability, Gatesville Texas

MTGCD Educational Opportunities

Middle Trinity Groundwater Conservation District offers various educational opportunities for all schools within our District.  We offer FREE TEKS based curriculum resources and in-class presentations featuring our Aquifer Model.  

To learn more about our educational opportunities check out the links below or contact education coordinator, Stephanie Keith.

Student Education


Major Rivers

"Major Rivers is designed to help 4th-5th grade students learn about Texas' major water resources, how water is treated & delivered to their homes & schools, & how to care for their water resources & use them wisely." (TWDB) All of these topics are covered in 8 hands-on lessons, that include a variety of activities in science, math, language arts, & social studies.  


Raising your water iq

"In this curriculum, water conservation messages & concepts stem from core academic standards detailed in the Texas Essential Knowledge & Skills (TEKS).  These hands-on activities engage student interest in learning through our natural affinity for water." (TWBD)  

Water exploration

"Water Exploration is the TWDB web-based education program for Texas high school students. This program uses a project-based learning approach which challenges students to conduct research and build understanding about water science and critical water-related issues." (TWBD)