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Hall of Fame - Billy Kniffen
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Hall of Fame - ARCSA Lifetime Achievement Award


Billy Kniffen  

 

Billy Kniffen is a Water Resource Associate in the Biological and Agriculture Engineer Department with the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service. He has served as a Water Resource Specialist and county agent for TAMU for 30 years and is a TAMU Board of Regents Fellow Service Award recipient. His efforts have been directed towards rainwater harvesting, land management and watershed stewardship.


 

He is the past vice president and education committee chairman for the American Rainwater Catchment Systems Association (ARCSA), conducting educational workshops, trainings and installing demonstration rainwater collection systems all across Texas, the United States and provides support internationally.  He co-authored the Rainwater Harvesting: System Planning manual used in training rainwater professionals and the technical trainings provided by ARCSA.

  

 

  


He received his degrees from Abilene Christian University and Tarleton State University.


He and his wife Mary lives in Menard, Texas in a home solely dependent on rainwater.

 

 



 

 




 

 

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