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.
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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).
Agricultural best management practices are conservation measures that help reduce the volume and pollutant load carried by surface stormwater runoff into rivers and lakes. This course will be an excellent overview for anyone interested in learning more about agricultural conservation practices for cropping and livestock systems.
The Texas Water Resources Institute will host a free Texas Riparian and Stream Ecosystem Education Program May 31 for area residents interested in land and water stewardship in the Double Bayou Watershed.