GROUNDWATER WORKSHOP FOR TEACHERS -- The American Ground Water Trust has scheduled a teacher workshop July 24-25 at the Region 17 Education Service Center, 111 W. Loop 289, in Lubbock. This free two-day event will show how water topics can be incorporated into the middle school and high school science curriculum. However, teachers in other subject areas, such as math and social studies, will find helpful information at this event. Space is limited and is on a first-come, first-served basis. Visit http://www.esc17.net and click on the workshop link to access the ESCite catalog. Participants will receive 6 hours of CPE Science credit. Want to sponsor your local teacher for this event? Contact Kevin McGinnis at 747-2096.
WATER EXPO SET FOR AUGUST-- The City of Wolfforth will host an August 16 water conservation expo at Lubbock Indoor Courts, located at 7806 County Road 7050 (at Alcove) in Wolfforth. The day-long event is designed to provide information to residents of the Panhandle-South Plains area about water and water sources. Conservation techniques will be discussed and several vendors will provide additional information. There is no admission charge--but organizers encourage persons to bring one can of food for donation to the South Plains Food Bank. Contact David Cooper at (806) 866-2133 for more information or visit http://www.facebook.com/wolfforthwaterexpo