Water4Otter is a water conservation campaign for kids launched by the North Texas Municipal Water District (NTMWD) in 2014. It is based on the insight that most parents agree they would listen if their kids asked them to conserve water. The Texas Water Development Board awarded the NTMWD a conservation grant to develop Water4Otter as a model program that could be used throughout the state. Since the program piloted in November 2014, the live, 45-minute Water4Otter program has reached nearly 17,500 students through 110 performances across North Texas.
For more than 60 years, NTMWD has been the wholesale water provider to our growing region. However, with the region’s steep population increase, we need everyone’s help to save water for the future. Learn more here.
1. Post-event survey conducted by NTMWD (N=3,203 students), 2015.
2. Post-event survey conducted by NTMWD (N=1,437 students), 2016.