Karston, named after our karst aquifer, is a loveable, larger-than-life-sized Texas Blind Salamander who promotes good will and raises awareness of the Edwards Aquifer and its endangered and threatened species. Karston’s e-book "Little Karston, Big Helper" teaches young children that little actions can make a big difference when we all do our part conserving water.
When available, Karston enjoys coming out to visit kindergarten and first grade classes accompanied by an EAA education team member. He also likes to make guess appearances at community events throughout the region in support of aquifer conservation and preservation.
|Meet Karston’s Friends is a lively trip across the Edwards Aquifer. In this eBook, Karston introduces us to some of the other Endangered Species that call the aquifer their home.|
|Karston's e-book "Little Karston, Big Helper" teaches young children that little actions can make a big difference when we all do our part and conserve water.|
|This colorful and fun eBook gives children the opportunity to play "I Spy" with Karston. Help find ways to save water, and not waste water, by being water smart!|
|Sing Along with Karston about conservation and the Aquifer.|
|Color this fun image of Karston as you think of ways you can save water too.|