Take Care of Texas

Everyone's first step to Take Care of Texas is to learn about ways to get involved.

This website contains materials that range from general information about environmental programs to specific, step-by-step instructions that address common environmental situations.

Do Your Part! – Our animated house can show you ways to conserve water and energy, keep our air and water clean, reduce waste, and save money! It’s easy, give it a try.

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Fall Tips to Save Money on Energy

During the fall, your home is less expensive to cool. But, because we are slowly losing daylight, it also means people will be flipping on the light switch more often. Learn how to lessen your electricity usage this fall. ...

How Texans are Keeping Our Air Clean

Texas’ air quality has made huge strides in the past few decades ...

Student Video Contest with Great Prizes

A fun way for students in the 6th - 12th grade to learn about the environment ...

Rebates to Help You Conquer Water Waste

The average American family uses a whopping 200 gallons of water a day. Learn what types of rebates, tax breaks, or other incentives might be available to help you conserve ...

Five Ghoulishly Green Halloween Hacks

Most people think of orange and black at Halloween—but you can think green too ...

Grow Local at Your School

Starting a garden at your school is a great way to educate students about plants, nature, and the great outdoors ...

Exciting, Paid Internships Available for College Students

In college and wondering what to do with your summer? Know someone who is trying to make career decisions? A paid environmental internship might be the answer ...

Plant Your Texas Roots

Native and well-adapted plants can offer many environmental and monetary benefits. Learn more ...

How Texans Are Doing Their Part

Intentamos encontrar maneras creativas de reciclar nuestras botellas de agua y gaseosas. Hemos hecho comederos para pájaros, soportes para plantas, proyectos de arte y jardineras para plantas nuevas.


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