The August News Stream features information about our dedication to water conservation efforts as a key source of supply plus more information about a key regional initiative to share a unified message across all of North Texas. We’ve also got exciting news about a new Waterworks training program in coordination with Collin College and state grant funds to address the growing shortage of water and wastewater workers.
We introduce you to our new Watershed Manager, share TCEQ’s “News You Can Use,” highlight education resources at the John Bunker Sands Wetland Center and give you the facts about recent water filtration ads showing up on social media.
In less than a minute to you can see Bois d’Arc Lake June progress in action and get links to sign up for the monthly newsletter plus regular progress report.
And, we’ve got all your WFAA Green Segments on replay, Member City and Customer event listings, recent news and more.
Read the full News Stream on line or download a pdf version at the link below.
Aug 3: Walk & Talk Bird Tour (Seagoville)
Aug. 7: Nature Studies for the Family! (Seagoville)
Aug. 10: Doggie Splash Day – 2019 (Mesquite)
Aug. 14: WEBINAR: Vegetable Gardening for North Central Texas
Aug. 15: 16th Annual Online Bulb Sale
Aug. 17: Bunker’s Pond Trail Walk (Seagoville)
Aug. 21: Nature Studies for the Family! (Seagoville)
Aug. 23: Pots in Small Spots: Container Gardening (Frisco)
Aug. 24: Shade Gardening (Plano)
Continued Commitment to Water Conservation as Key Source of Future Supplies
UPLANTIT Reminder – Deadline to Order is August 4
Water Works Initiative to Develop Next Generation of Talent
Meet Our New Watershed Manager
Get the Facts About Water Quality First
Progress Continues on Bois d’Arc Lake
Stay in the Know on Bois d’Arc Lake
TCEQ News You Can Use Helps Everyone Take Care of Texas
Wetland Programs Keep it Wild
NTMWD Hosts ESRI Water User Group
CMOM 2019 – A Focus on Strong Practices