Our July News Stream includes a recap of a decade’s worth of coordination with state, local and federal agencies to regain access to a major source of water supply for the North Texas region while safeguarding our waterways from Zebra Mussels.
You can also learn about a new recycling awareness initiative from the North Central Texas Council of Governments (NCTCOG) Resource Conservation Council. “Know What to Throw” is geared toward increasing recycling participation and decreasing contamination by educating citizens which items are recyclable and which are not.
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 your WFAA Green Segment 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.
July 6: Walk & Talk Bird Tour (Seagoville)
July 6: Farmersville Farmers & Fleas Market (Farmersville)
July 9: Bat Walk & Stargazing (Seagoville)
July 10: Nature Studies for the Family! (Seagoville)
July 10: Water4Otter at Rough Riders Game (Frisco)
July 11: Summer 2019 Teacher Workshop – Project Wild (Seagoville)
July 11: WEBINAR: Sprinkler Smart
July 17: WEBINAR: Sprinkler Smart
July 20: Bunker’s Pond Trail Walk (Seagoville)
July 24: Nature Studies for the Family! (Seagoville)
July 24: Green Seminar: Snakes in the Garden (McKinney)
Aug 1: Summer Professional Development – Texas Aquatic Science(Seagoville)
Aug 3: Walk & Talk Bird Tour (Seagoville)
Combined effort & strategy protect NTMWD water supply from invasive species
Bois d’Arc Lake – 2019 CLIDE award winner
Stay in the know on Bois d’Arc Lake
No need to wait in a long line to drop off
“Know What to Throw” recycling campaign
Love of all things Texas to help conserve water
Smart irrigation in action
4th annual virtual Texas road trip
North Texas water IQ now on NTMWD.com
Drought tolerant herbs as landscaping