The Panhandle Groundwater Conservation District is proud to participate in dozens of area events each year to promote water conservation education. In 2011, we formed an unprecedented partnership with the City of Amarillo and have since forged new territory in our group education efforts. Our public outreach increased by over 500% in one year and we’re eager to expand even further in 2018.
In addition to booths at numerous fairs, conventions and shows, our staff is available to visit your civic organization. Please contact Britney Britten at 806-883-2501 if you would like to arrange a presentation.
5th Grade Education
“Major Rivers” for District Fourth Graders
“Major Rivers” is a STAAR affiliated, seven lesson course that includes student workbooks, teacher lesson plans, fun and educational experiments, and take home pamphlets designed to be taught by the science teacher. “Major Rivers” and his horse, “Aquifer,” take students through lessons ranging from explaining the water cycle to the importance of water conservation.
The Major Rivers program is an excellent way for Texas water providers to do cost-effective water education outreach in their communities with a program that has a proven track record of acceptance by Texas educators.
We distribute the “Major Rivers” program to District fourth grade teachers annually to provide students with the opportunity to learn about water history and conservation
For more information on any of our education programs please contact
Britney Britten at firstname.lastname@example.org