Watershed Partners Program
The Upper Trinity Conservation Trust coordinates the Watershed Partners Program – a coalition of individuals, municipalities, utilities, non-profit organizations and businesses that are dedicated to increasing public awareness and to fostering partnerships that help protect critical watershed assets.
The Trust is continually accepting new individuals and entities interested in joining and participation in the Partners Program helps the Trust be effective in accomplishing its mission of helping protect watersheds and water quality with direct contributions from the Partners. Their investment helps to ensure a safe and adequate water supply for generations to come, while enhancing both the environment and the quality of life in our communities.
The Trust hosts a Watershed Partners Breakfast every two years to update the Partners on new programs that the Trust is working on and to invite newly elected local officials to learn more about the Trust.
Sustaining Partners may elect to have a link and logo on the Trust’s website and will be recognized in programs for UTCT forums and conferences and invited to participate in special events and activities. Annual contribution: $300 or more.
Contributing Partners will be listed on the Trust’s website, recognized in programs for UTCT forums and conferences and invited to participate in special events and activities. Annual contribution: $100 or more.
Supporting Partners will be encouraged to volunteer and assist in educational and networking activities and will be invited to participate in special events (in lieu of annual contribution). Annual contribution: $25 or more.
Interested in joining? For more information, please view our brochure, or email or call the Upper Trinity Conservation Trust at (972) 219-1228.
Current Partners include:
Denton County Soil and Water Conservation District
Town of Copper Canyon
City of Corinth
City of Denton
City of Highland Village
Lake Cities Municipal Utility Authority
Lewisville Independent School District
Mustang Special Utility District
Town of Northlake
City of Sanger
Freese and Nichols
Plummer & Associates