The UTGCD educational aquifer exhibit offers information demonstrations about native plants, rainwater harvesting, and formations of the Trinity Aquifer. Contact the District office or fill out the form below to schedule a visit from the UTGCD mobile aquifer.
Education is the first step towards water conservation. Upper Trinity GCD is ready to bring aquifer education to YOU! This mobile exhibit brings a high-quality STEM field-trip experience to our schools, inspiring the next generation of Texas water stewards. Housed in a 24-foot trailer, this project brings an interactive learning experience to local schools and communities. A working aquifer model allows visitors to actually see an aquifer in motion and what can happen to our water resources without conservation.
Over 3,600 elementary school, middle school, and high school students and 1,100 people at community events toured the aquifer exhibit, well model, videos, and lessons within the UTGCD trailer. Students are encouraged to engage in critical thinking about our most precious resource. In addition to touring the exhibits, staff participated in many STEM-based learning activities that included customized lesson plans with aquifer curriculum, water pollution simulations, and water conservation principles.
The Mobile Aquifer Exhibit is free, STEM-based education made available by UTGCD to local schools and entities interested in water conservation and aquifer education.