TWRI's 10 ways to celebrate Earth Day

April 22, 2020 is the 50th anniversary of Earth Day. To commemorate this occasion, we have made a list of 10 ways to celebrate.

Click the links listed below to achieve these Earth Day goals:

  1. Take the 40 Gallon Challenge, pledge to conserve water and take action to change your water habits.
  2. Attend the Texas Water Journal webinar, Texas flooding challenges, on April 30.
  3. Use this water conservation checklist for the home, provided by the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service.
  4. Brush up on the wildlife conservation work at the heart of the Endangered Species Act, which protects our nation’s wildlife, fish and plants on the brink of extinction.
  5. Subscribe to TWRI’s publications and follow us on social media (@TxWRI) to stay up-to-date on Texas water research and news. You can find us on TwitterFacebookInstagram, Pinterest and LinkedIn.
  6. Visit Texas Land Trends and learn about the changes occurring on private lands across Texas.
  7. Learn about the impact of your daily water footprint.
  8. Read all about the history of Earth Day.
  9. Dive into new private land stewardship lessons for insight on being efficient and proactive natural resource stewards.
  10. Learn about the WaterSense labeled home at the Texas A&M AgriLife Center in Dallas.

Authors

As communications specialist for TWRI, Sarah Richardson works with the institute's communications team leading graphic design projects including Conservation Matters, flyers, brochures, reports, documents and other educational materials. 

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