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Challenge Kids and Teens to Do Their Part

Teens Volunteer

Young people care about the environment and want to help, but sometimes they don’t know how. Check out this post to learn about a variety of environmental service projects, such as water quality monitoring, volunteering at Texas State Parks, starting a compost pile, and more! Give your students an opportunity to make a difference!

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Kids Art Contest Winners

Art Contest Grand Prize Winner 2
Grand Prize Winner Abigail Valdez, 4th Grade, Resaca Elementary, Brownsville

We are thrilled to share the results of the Take Care of Texas Kids Art Contest! It was hard to choose the winning pieces from all the creative and inspiring artwork we received. There was one grand prize winner and 15 regional winners, each receiving an award. The teacher of the grand prize winner also won a prize. A big thank you to Samsung Austin Semiconductor for generously donating the prizes. See all the winning artwork on our website.

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Help Your Students Relate to Energy Conservation

Teens Playing Video Games

It's no secret that teens and kids love video games. This article can help you turn their passion into a lesson on energy conservation. The features on the newest game consoles draw power, even when no one is using them. However, there are many ways to reduce a console's energy use and still enjoy its exciting features. Use this article to make energy conservation relevant to your students and to help them learn how to do their part.

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Scouts Can Earn a Take Care of Texas Award

Scouts Can Earn a Take Care of Texas Patch

Scouts in participating councils can earn the Take Care of Texas Award in recognition of their work to conserve our natural resources. There are many fun ways for Boy Scouts to earn a patch or pin and for Girl Scouts to earn a patch. Find out if your local council is participating and share this opportunity with parents and students!

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