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Edwards Aquifer

Aquifer Level 679.3'
4/25/17 - Official

The Edwards aquifer and its catchment area in the San Antonio region is about 8,000 square miles and includes all or part of 13 counties in south-central Texas.

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Year-Round Watering Hours

Watering with an irrigation system or sprinkler is allowed any day of the week before 11 a.m. or after 7 p.m.

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Join the H2O Heroes in Reading about Water!

The H2O Heroes want to help you have fun and maybe even learn something along the way.  You can learn more about how important water is to all of us. 

The H2O Heroes have even picked out some of their favorite books for you to read!

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Elementary School
image Common Ground: The Water, Earth, and Air We Share
by Molly Bang
How we must learn to view our earth, our Common Ground, and how as individuals we are responsible for saving and protecting natural resources.
image The Earth and I
by Frank Asch
The friendship between the earth and a young boy and the things they do for each other.
image The Magic School Bus: Wet all Over
by Pat Relf
Follow Ms. Frizzle and the class as they turn into water vapor, form clouds and rain down, demonstrating the water cycle.
image The Magic School Bus at the Waterworks
by Joanna Cole
Field trips are always fun: Ms. Frizzle's class turns into water droplets and experiences the water cycle and water purification first hand.
image The Drop in My Drink
by Meredith Hooper and Chris Coady
The drop of water you drink today has traveled millions of years, through ocean and stream, through dinosaurs and earthworms to get to your tap. Follow a drop of water through its fascinating journey from comet to modern day waterworks.
image Great Experiments With H2O
by Noel and Phyllis Fiarotta
Try some experiments that demonstrate the many fascinating properties of water.
image Water, Water Everywhere
by Melvin and Gilda Berger
Learn about the water cycle, how water is treated and how you can save water at home.
image What We Can Do About Wasting Water
by Donna Bailey
More about what can be done to conserve water.
image Water
by Roy A. Gallant
Explains why water, although common, has characteristics which make it an unusual substance.
image Round the Garden, by Omri Glaser
Follow a tear as if falls to the ground, evaporates, reappears as rain, and waters a garden to grow an onion to produce more tears.
image This is the Rain
by Lola Schaefer
An easy-to-understand look at the water cycle.
image Drip! Drop! How Water Gets to Your Tap
by Barbara Seuling
JoJo and her zany dog Willy explain the water cycle and try some experiments about filtration, evaporation, and condensation.