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New Aquatic Science Curriculum Available in Texas

A new aquatic science curriculum, featuring lessons on the importance of ecosystems and conservation, is now available for Texas teachers.

Three students at Bayless Elementary in Lubbock, Texas, consult a water usage chart after being presented with water conservation information and Waterwise kits by the High Plains Underground Water District.

A new aquatic science curriculum for middle school and high school students in Texas is now available for teachers. Called Texas Aquatic Science, the curriculum features lessons on the importance of aquatic ecosystems and conservation. The curriculum was developed as part of a cooperative project sponsored by Texas Parks and Wildlife, the Harte Research Institute for Gulf of Mexico Studies and the Meadows Center for Water and the Environment at Texas State University. 

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