Make plans to submit your school's entry in the 2017-2018 contest!!

Click here to read the HPWD news release with Call For Entries.

Does water matter to you and your community? 

Entering the H2You contest gives students within the 16-county High Plains Underground Water Conservation District (HPWD) service area a chance to share new ideas on how to save water.

Form a Team

Each team must have two students (minimum) or four students (maximum). Team members must be high school students (grades 9 -12) and must attend school or live within the HPWD service area.  (See reference map below.)

Create a Campaign

Student teams will create a detailed water conservation campaign specifically for a water user group of their choice. An explanation for the proposed idea is required.  The campaign should encourage this particular group to conserve water.  Both a written proposal and a verbal presentation are required.

The written proposal and application must be submitted by December 8, 2017(See rules below for more information and requirements.)

Choose a Group:

  • Agriculture: This includes farmers, ranchers, processing plants, or other agri-business.
  • Municipalities:  This includes city managers, mayors, city utilities, or other groups.
  • Local Residents:  This includes rural or urban residents within the HPWD service area.

Prizes and Recognition

First Place – Each team member receives a $250 scholarship prize and an all-expense paid trip to Austin in early 2018.  The student team will present their winning water conservation proposal to their respective state legislators and/or members of the Texas Water Development Board. The team will also tour the State Capitol and the Bullock Texas State History Museum.

The winning team’s sponsor also receives a $250 prize. (Maximum of two sponsors).

The team will give their presentation to the five-member HPWD Board of Directors at one of their regular monthly meetings.

Second Place – Each team member receives a $200 scholarship prize.

Third Place – Each team member receives a $150 scholarship prize.

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Winning Campaigns:

2016-2017 -- Investigating Possibilities by Crosbyton High School

2015-2016- Waste Not...Want Not by Crosbyton High School

2014-2015 - Catch 22 by Crosbyton High School

 

HPWD service area shown in blue

 

Forms:

2017 Contest Rules

2017 Contest Entry Form

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Contact us for questions regarding the contest:
katherine.drury@hpwd.org or 806.762.0181