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Over 800 4th grade students in the North Plains experienced a one-of-a-kind educational extravaganza during the Save the Planet’s Water Festivals in Dumas, Dalhart and Perryton. From water-soaked relay races to an awe-inspiring magic show, a variety of activities were offered to help students understand our water resources and ways that they can protect and conserve them.
Water user groups must share a common water source as they try to get water into their team’s bucket.
North Plains GCD would like to thank this year’s partners and volunteers: Valero McKee Refinery, Frank Phillips College-Allen Campus, Amarillo College Moore County Campus Lions Club, Moore County AgriLife Extension & 4-H, Dumas High School Leo Club, Panhandle Chapter Master Naturalists, Texas Corn Producers Board, Dalhart High School, Dallam-Hartley 4-H, Associate Professor Bonnie Pendleton from WTAMU, City of Dalhart Public Works Department, Ochiltree County Soil & Water Conservation District, Ochiltree County NRCS, Steve Swanson, and Tom and Thelma Cannon.
Students at the Save the Planet’s Water Festival in Dumas explore the creative side of nature in Aquatic Art.