Water conservation resources and more, through the Upper Trinity GCD.
Looking for a summer internship? Check out the Upper Trinity’s program for the summer of 2024 – Internship Program & Application
Native Plants by Region – learn what grows best in your region by reaching out to community groups such as Master Gardener Associations and Master Naturalist Associations.
Why do native plants matter? Native plants protect soil health, reduce overwatering, reduce erosion and weathering, and are easier to keep alive during unexpected weather events. While popular turf grasses like Bermuda and St. Augustine are frequently seen at new home build sites, native grasses such as buffalo grass and little bluestem dwarf their root structures while also creating a healthy soil profile.
Does your school, community group, or association want to learn more about the Trinity Aquifer? Our staff present courses on a variety of topics including native plants, rainwater harvesting, water levels in your area, CE certified realtor courses, geology of North Texas, and much more. Chat with us online or email firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule yours today.
The Upper Trinity GCD houses a working weather station linked with TexMesonet. View the links out to access weather and precipitation trends in your area. The information collected through the TWDB network includes;
temperature, precipitation, wind speed, relative humidity, barometric pressures, solar radiation, and soil moisture.
Major Rivers Program
Click here to learn more about interactive workbook that details the rivers of Texas, and our impact on the environment.
Visit the Texas Water Development Board for more.