- This event has passed.
AT IN-PERSON Texas Riparian & Stream Ecosystem Workshop Hickory Creek Watershed
December 10, 2022 @ 8:00 am - 4:30 pm
Hello BPTMN Members,
If you are interested in Texas Riparian & Stream Ecosystem Training focusing on the Hickory Creek Watershed in Denton, this is the workshop for you. Deadline to register is Tuesday, November 29. See details below.
Program: Texas Riparian & Stream Ecosystem Workshop – Hickory Creek Watershed
Date: Saturday, December 10, 2022
Time: 8:00 am – 4:30 pm
Location: Clear Creek Natural Heritage Center
3310 Collins Rd, Denton, TX 76208
Description: This workshop is being co-hosted by the City of Denton, Texas A&M AgriLife and the Texas Water Resources Institute. The training will focus on the nature and function of stream and riparian zones and the benefits and direct impacts from healthy riparian zones. The riparian education programs will cover an introduction to riparian principles, watershed processes, basic hydrology, erosion/deposition principles and riparian vegetation, as well as potential causes of degradation and possible resulting impairment(s) and available local resources including technical assistance and tools that can be employed to prevent and/or resolve degradation.
A catered lunch will be available to participants for $15. Lunch can be paid for in advance by credit card or in cash on-site the day of the event. Participants may also choose to bring their own lunch.
Dress: Dress is casual and comfortable for the weather as we will be outside along a creek during the afternoon.
Registration is required by November 29, 2022.
Contact: For more information or questions please contact Alexander Neal at Alexander.Neal@ag.tamu.edu or 979-314-2351.
Logging AT: Approved for 7.5 hours AT to be logged using AT: BPTMN: Other Pre-Approved Training with “Hickory Creek Watershed Training” in the description box.
Link for more information: https://texasriparian.org/texas-riparian-stream-ecosystem-workshop-hickory-creek-watershed-2022/
BPTMN Communications Director