TRWD is co-hosting a training that will focus on the nature and function of stream and riparian zones and the benefits and direct impacts from healthy riparian zones. The riparian education programs will cover an introduction to riparian principles, watershed processes, basic hydrology, erosion/deposition principles, and riparian vegetation, as well as potential causes of degradation […]
The Eagle Mountain Cleanup is less than a month away now, and we’re very excited to host our dedicated community members once again.
This year marks the 26th annual cleanup where you will be able to see how a wide range of people from different backgrounds come together […]
Trash Bash is coming up again! We’re looking to keep our records strong with this highly-anticipated cleanup. In an effort to keep evolving Trash Bash each year, we’ve added locations and designated official kayak launches for you to use.
All the details:
Date: Saturday, September 16th
Times: Cleanup from 8am-11am; After-party from 11am-2pm
Places: Various cleanup locations (choose […]
By now, you might be asking yourself “why are native plants so important?”
Let’s take a deeper look at native plants and why we think everyone should plant them in their garden. Do you remember what a native plant is? The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) defines a native plant as “a plant that lives or […]
Summer has officially begun, and we can definitely feel the heat. Not only do we need water to cool us off, but our landscapes may need extra water, too.
Summertime can be a struggle to know if you are watering your grass and plants enough so that they can survive the Texas heat. Not only do […]
Many cities in our service area actively strive to maintain their water distribution systems to minimize water loss in their community. This system is mainly underground and “out-of-sight and out-of-mind” for most of us. While our water utilities are doing the necessary work we need to achieve system-wide water efficiency, it’s important we look at […]