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Learning about water conservation
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Mrs. Hosek’s science classes at Kenedy Elementary had an amazing visitor come see them. A representative from the Evergreen Underground Water Conservation District did a presentation on how to conserve water. Katy Fulcher gave the third grade class two rain catching barrels to catch rain water for their garden. The Evergreen Underground Water Conservation District was created in 1965 and started with two counties, it later grew to cover four counties: Atascosa, Frio, Wilson, and Karnes Counties. They were established to help us protect one of our most precious resources: water. The Nueces River Authority was contracted by the Evergreen Underground Water Conservation District to implement a rainwater catchments education project involving the installation of rain catchments systems on public school campuses within their district. The purpose of the project is to raise awareness of water resources, develop accountability for their use and to cultivate student and community involvement in water conservation.
Mrs. Hosek’s science classes at Kenedy Elementary had an amazing visitor come see them. A representative from the Evergreen Underground Water Conservation District did a presentation on how to conserve water. Katy Fulcher gave the third grade class two rain catching barrels to catch rain water for their garden. The Evergreen Underground Water Conservation District was created in 1965 and started with two counties, it later grew to cover four counties: Atascosa, Frio, Wilson, and Karnes Counties. They were established to help us protect one of our most precious resources: water. The Nueces River Authority was contracted by the Evergreen Underground Water Conservation District to implement a rainwater catchments education project involving the installation of rain catchments systems on public school campuses within their district. The purpose of the project is to raise awareness of water resources, develop accountability for their use and to cultivate student and community involvement in water conservation.
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Mrs. Hosek’s science classes at Kenedy Elementary had an amazing visitor come see them. A representative from the Evergreen Underground Water Conservation District did a presentation on how to conserve water. Katy Fulcher gave the third grade class two rain catching barrels to catch rain water for their garden. The Evergreen Underground Water Conservation District was created in 1965 and started with two counties, it later grew to cover four counties: Atascosa, Frio, Wilson, and Karnes Counties. They were established to help us protect one of our most precious resources: water. The Nueces River Authority was contracted by the Evergreen Underground Water Conservation District to implement a rainwater catchments education project involving the installation of rain catchments systems on public school campuses within their district. The purpose of the project is to raise awareness of water resources, develop accountability for their use and to cultivate student and community involvement in water conservation.
Mrs. Hosek’s science classes at Kenedy Elementary had an amazing visitor come see them. A representative from the Evergreen Underground Water Conservation District did a presentation on how to conserve water. Katy Fulcher gave the third grade class two rain catching barrels to catch rain water for their garden. The Evergreen Underground Water Conservation District was created in 1965 and started with two counties, it later grew to cover four counties: Atascosa, Frio, Wilson, and Karnes Counties. They were established to help us protect one of our most precious resources: water. The Nueces River Authority was contracted by the Evergreen Underground Water Conservation District to implement a rainwater catchments education project involving the installation of rain catchments systems on public school campuses within their district. The purpose of the project is to raise awareness of water resources, develop accountability for their use and to cultivate student and community involvement in water conservation.
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Mrs. Hosek’s science classes at Kenedy Elementary had an amazing visitor come see them. A representative from the Evergreen Underground Water Conservation District did a presentation on how to conserve water. Katy Fulcher gave the third grade class two rain catching barrels to catch rain water for their garden. The Evergreen Underground Water Conservation District was created in 1965 and started with two counties, it later grew to cover four counties: Atascosa, Frio, Wilson, and Karnes Counties. They were established to help us protect one of our most precious resources: water. The Nueces River Authority was contracted by the Evergreen Underground Water Conservation District to implement a rainwater catchments education project involving the installation of rain catchments systems on public school campuses within their district. The purpose of the project is to raise awareness of water resources, develop accountability for their use and to cultivate student and community involvement in water conservation.
Mrs. Hosek’s science classes at Kenedy Elementary had an amazing visitor come see them. A representative from the Evergreen Underground Water Conservation District did a presentation on how to conserve water. Katy Fulcher gave the third grade class two rain catching barrels to catch rain water for their garden. The Evergreen Underground Water Conservation District was created in 1965 and started with two counties, it later grew to cover four counties: Atascosa, Frio, Wilson, and Karnes Counties. They were established to help us protect one of our most precious resources: water. The Nueces River Authority was contracted by the Evergreen Underground Water Conservation District to implement a rainwater catchments education project involving the installation of rain catchments systems on public school campuses within their district. The purpose of the project is to raise awareness of water resources, develop accountability for their use and to cultivate student and community involvement in water conservation.
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Mrs. Hosek’s science classes at Kenedy Elementary had an amazing visitor come see them. A representative from the Evergreen Underground Water Conservation District did a presentation on how to conserve water. Katy Fulcher gave the third grade class two rain catching barrels to catch rain water for their garden. The Evergreen Underground Water Conservation District was created in 1965 and started with two counties, it later grew to cover four counties: Atascosa, Frio, Wilson, and Karnes Counties. They were established to help us protect one of our most precious resources: water. The Nueces River Authority was contracted by the Evergreen Underground Water Conservation District to implement a rainwater catchments education project involving the installation of rain catchments systems on public school campuses within their district. The purpose of the project is to raise awareness of water resources, develop accountability for their use and to cultivate student and community involvement in water conservation.
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