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Building a Better Local Food System

April 9, 2021
If you live in an area where food is readily available, it’s possible to forget that not everyone has quick and easy access to food.  Across America, not everyone has access to fresh foods, and thus they live in what’s known as a food desert - an area with limited access to quality, affordable food.  […]
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World Water Day

April 9, 2021
What is one element that is non-negotiable in life? Here's another clue, the component provides sustenance for the earth in a variety of ways. If you guessed water, you guessed right. This is one element that freely flows from sinks, showerheads, and bottles for our use. It is seemingly abundant in our modern lives.  But […]
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Celebrate Ag Day With Watt Watchers!

April 9, 2021
Wouldn't it be great to have a day where you could celebrate the agricultural industry? Well, there is such an occasion. It is called Ag Day or National Ag Day and it’s celebrated March 24th! We live in a fast-paced world, and we often find ourselves running from work to home or to other day-to-day […]
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Teachers’ Energy Conservation Training with Watt Watchers

April 2, 2021
The planet, our home, and even our schools can benefit from energy conservation efforts. The money your school saves on utility bills can then be used for other resources and investments to benefit your classrooms and your students’ education. At Watt Watchers of Texas, our energy conservation specialists are dedicated to helping schools in Texas […]
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Energy Education Activities for Students

April 2, 2021
At Watt Watchers of Texas, we believe that Texas - and the rest of the world - is too good to waste, so we have dedicated ourselves to educating adults and children everywhere in the best ways to save energy and conserve our natural resources. The Watt Watchers team knows that if you’re a teacher […]
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5 Ways to Save Energy at School

January 21, 2021
While health and safety are the priority during the ongoing pandemic, it is still essential to continue your energy conservation efforts at school and home. Reducing the energy consumed will lead to lower utility bills, so more of your budget can support schools during this difficult time. Check out the list below with some helpful […]
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