Texas Water Resources Institute

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ACCESS Water Community Science Teacher Workshop

Meadows Center for Water and the Environment 201 San Maros Springs Drive, San Marcos, TX

Educators who work with middle school and high school students are invited to an ACCESS Water Community Science Teacher Workshop Feb. 4 in San Marcos. The workshop is free and open to informal and formal educators.

Free

Urban Riparian Symposium

San Marcos Convention Center San Marcos, TX

Water and natural resources professionals are invited to the 3-day symposium, Feb. 8-10. This year's theme is "Down by the River: Managing for Resilient Riparian Corridors," and it will include: networking, presentations and posters, field trips, and, new this year, Fervent Riparian Open Discussion Opportunities (FRODO).

$225

Implementing Watershed Protection Plans

Texas A&M Engineering Extension Service 200 Technology Way, College Station, TX

The Implementing Watershed Plans Training is set for February 21 in College Station. The training includes an overview and case studies on implementation strategies, sources of funding, keeping stakeholders engaged, outreach programs, tracking implementation, and evaluating progress.

$50
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