Midwestern State University Board of Regents discussed a wide variety of topics during this afternoon's committee meetings.
One item discussed involved two MSU sand-based practice fields.
The Board of Regents say the fields require a lot of water to maintain.
Now that Wichita Falls is under stage 3 water restrictions, they discussed spending $75,000 to design and install equipment to get well water to irrigate the fields.
Regents say the project could save msu several hundred thousand dollars they spend each year buying water from the city.
Another discussed item involved several construction projects, including the Dalquest Desert Research Station.
It is a $3,000 acre stretch of natural land in West Texas that was gifted to MSU more than 20 years ago.
And today, Board of Regents discussed building a facility on the property from private donations totaling $363,000.