We address water quality issues through a statewide network of professional educators, research partners and community collaborators. Through a variety of resources and programs related to water quality, we equip all Texans with the information they need to measure and protect the quality of their water.
Related Departments: Soil and Crop Sciences, Biological and Agricultural Engineering, Animal Science, Ecology and Conservation Biology, Horticultural Sciences, Recreation, Park and Tourism Sciences
Ogallala Water Coordinated Agriculture Project
The OWCAP is a multidisciplinary research and outreach project focused to address issues with groundwater declines and long-term agricultural sustainability in the High Plains region.
All Resources on Water Quality
The laboratory was established in 2013 and provides water quality testing and fish parasite and disease diagnostics for aquaculture producers and private pond and lake owners.
The Soil, Water and Forage Testing Laboratory is part of the Department of Soil and Crop Sciences, Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service, and The Texas A&M University System.
The 4-H Water Conservation & Education project explores the wonder of water and its value to humans, wildlife, and the environment. Resources and activities are designed for youth of all ages, as well as environmental and science educators looking for hands-on experiences and in-depth study on a wide range of water topics.
This program provides information around urban ecological issues including stormwater management, green infrastructure, stream restoration, and urban water conservation.
RWQ-REEU program provides students with hands-on learning experiences in water quality, exposure to careers in agricultural research and extension, and a pathway to graduate school.