The guidance below has step-by-step instructions in registering as a new user, requesting access to surveys, and entering your water use data through the online application program.
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.
Major Rivers and his horse Aquifer will make learning all about water in Texas irresistibly fun. Major Rivers is a water education curriculum designed to teach students about Texas' major water resources, how water is treated and delivered to their homes and schools, how to care for their water resources, and how to use them wisely. The program's host, Major Rivers (named for the major rivers of Texas), and his horse Aquifer cover these topics in eight lessons that include a variety of activities in science, math, language arts, social studies and other subjects. More information about the Major Rivers program.
A brief introduction of the TWDB Kids Program.
Texas is blessed with an abundance of groundwater resources including brackish groundwater. The use of brackish groundwater is likely to increase in the state as water demands grow and existing fresh water supplies become less available. The goal of the Texas Water Development Board in funding the Fiberglass Casing Use in Texas Public Supply Wells project is to advance the science, knowledge, and use of fiberglass casing in brackish groundwater wells in Texas. More information about the Demonstration of Fiberglass Well Casings in Brackish Groundwater Wells