Conservation Matters October 2015

The Texas Land, Water and Wildlife Connection

Follow TWRI on Pinterest to learn about conservation, rainwater harvesting and more

By Shelbie Warr

Follow TWRI on Pinterest to learn about conservation, rainwater harvesting and more

The Texas Water Resources Institute (TWRI) is on Pinterest, and we want you to check us out! From classroom resources about conservation to gardening tips and more, TWRI’s Pinterest page is chock-full of great information. 

For those who aren’t Pinners, Pinterest is a visual social bookmarking site that allows users to collect and organize content by their specific areas of interest, similar to an online scrapbook.

TWRI’s Pinterest account currently consists of 24 active boards covering a range of water resources topics, highlights from our publications Conservation Matters and txH2O and so much other interesting science-based information!

For example, we have a board dedicated to our “Meet a Scientist” series in Conservation Matters, so if you ever miss one or just want to read it again, it is right there for you. We have a Classroom Resources board that has information and ideas on how to teach younger generations about water safety and conservation. Another board gives how-to videos, publications and articles on rainwater harvesting.

This is only a quick snapshot of all that our Pinterest account has to offer. Join our ever-growing network of followers, and be on the lookout for the Texas A&M Institute of Renewable Natural Resources to join the world of Pinterest soon. Check out other AgriLife Pinterest’s boards: Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service, Texas 4-H and Junior Master Gardening.

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