Public appearances have been suspended due to Covid-19 Virus restrictions. The Mobile labs will return to service when they can operate within the State’s guidelines and will be available to the Districts and educators at no charge.

For more than a decade, the North Harris County Regional Water Authority has sponsored water conservation education programs for area students that are aligned with the Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills guidelines (TEKS). The programs are offered at no charge to the schools in grades 2nd, 4th and 5th, and address multiple disciplines – science, social studies, language arts, and math.

When the Authority was created by the Texas Legislature in 1999, the new Authority faced an epic challenge. They must secure the future water supply, construct the new water delivery infrastructure, and generate the funding to accomplish it – all within a set timeframe. The enabling legislation also required the new agency to “promote water conservation.”

The residents within the Authority’s boundaries knew very little about the changes on the horizon…in the source, delivery and price of their drinking water. A massive outreach effort – that included newsletters, brochures, Town Hall meetings, public forums and a comprehensive website – was launched. Keenly aware that it wouldn’t work to fix just half the problem, along with the coordination and construction of a new infrastructure, the Authority also addressed the “demand” side of the issue. Almost from day one, a strong “use water efficiently” message was included in all communications efforts.

NHCRWA offers two Mobile Teaching Labs

  1. Water is Life Mobile Teaching Lab
  2. Water Quality Mobile Teaching Lab

Information on the Save Water Texas Assembly Programs.

These programs are also included at no cost to school’s within the boundaries of NHCRWA.

Watch the video below for information on our Teacher’s Workshops

Water is Life Education Program

The update and renovation of the WATER IS LIFE trailer has been temporarily suspended due to Covid-19 Virus restrictions. The Mobile labs will return to service when they can operate within the State’s guidelines and will be available to the Districts and educators at no charge.

Water Quality Mobile Teaching Lab

The Mobile Teaching Lab contains information on:

  • Stormwater Pollution;
  • Fats, Oils, and Grease (F.O.G.) – Put Grease in its place;
  • Patty Potty, NO WIPES IN THE PIPES;
  • SCOOP THE POOP;
  • CAREERS IN WATER

Lab is staffed by MIZ WATERLADY

More information to come.

SPONSORS FOR WATER CONSERVATION EDUCATION PROGRAMS AND CLASSROOM MATERIALS

Thanks to the generous, ongoing support of these sponsors, we are able to offer water conservation educational programs to schools within our boundaries at no cost!

  • Radcliffe Bobbitt Adams Polley PLLC
  • Allen Boone Humphries Robinson LLP
  • City of Houston – Houston Water
  • ARCADIS
  • AECOM
  • Dannenbaum Engineering
  • Jones & Carter
  • McGrath & Company
  • Spring West MUD
  • HC MUD 24
  • Bammel UD
  • HCMUD 168
  • Clay Rd. MUD
  • HCMUD 120
  • HCMUD 6
  • HFBMUD 3
  • Emerald Forest
  • Mayde Creek MUD
  • NWHCMUD 29
  • HC MUD400
  • Castlewood MUD
  • Terranova West MUD
  • Klein PUD
  • Sander Engineering