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Texas Waters Webinar – Devils River: A multi-disciplinary approach to saving one of the last great wild rivers in Texas

Advanced Training Opportunity: VMS category: AT: Webinars Note: Only four hours of the annual eight hour AT requirement may be satisfied by attending webinars. The Texas Waters webinar for this month is titled “Devils River: A multi-disciplinary approach to saving one of the last great wild rivers in Texas” presented by Sarah Robertson, Aquatic Biologist, River Studies Program, TPWD. The seminar will be held August 20, 2019 from 6:30-7:30 p.m. CDT.

Webinar: How to Plant for Success: the Trials and Triumphs of Establishing Pollinator Habitat

VMS Opportunity: AT: NGO Workshops and Programs on Wildlife Conservation and Land Stewardship (Note: Only 4 hours of webinars may be counted toward the 8-hour annual AT requirement.) Webinar: How to Plant for Success: the Trials and Triumphs of Establishing Pollinator Habitat Tuesday, July 23, 2019 1-2 p.m.  The Keystone Monarch Collaborative is presenting a series of webinars geared toward farmers, landowners, and land managers who are interested in exploring the economic benefits of promoting monarch butterflies and other beneficial insects on their land, including practical ways to… Read More →

Texas Waters Webinar – Freshwater Mussels in Austin, Texas

Advanced Training Opportunity: VMS category: AT: Webinars Note: Only four hours of the annual eight hour AT requirement may be satisfied by attending webinars. The Texas Waters webinar for this month is titled “Freshwater Mussels in Austin, Texas” presented by Liz Johnston, Environmental Program Coordinator, City of Austin Watershed Protection Department. The webinar will be held June 18, 2019 from 6:30-7:30 p.m. CDT

Texas Waters Webinar – The Reilly Elementary School Stormwater Retrofit: Water as a Resource and Education Tool

Advanced Training Opportunity: VMS category: AT: Webinars Note: Only four hours of the annual eight hour AT requirement may be satisfied by attending webinars. The Texas Waters webinar for this month is titled “The Reilly Elementary School Stormwater Retrofit: Water as a Resource and Education Tool” presented by Staryn Wagner, Environmental Scientist, City of Austin Watershed Protection Department. The seminar will be held April 23, 2019 from 6:30-7:30 p.m. CDT

Texas Waters Webinar – Senate Bill 2: Instream Flow Study on the San Antonio River

Advanced Training Opportunity: VMS category: AT: Webinars Note: Only four hours of the annual eight hour AT requirement may be satisfied by attending webinars. The Texas Waters webinar for this month is titled “Senate Bill 2: Instream Flow Study on the San Antonio River” presented by Gordon Linam, Stream Ecologist, TPWD. The seminar will be held March 19, 2019 from 6:30-7:30 p.m. CST.

Texas Waters Webinar – Recovering America’s Wildlife Act

Advanced Training Opportunity: VMS category: AT: Webinars Note: Only four hours of the annual eight hour AT requirement may be satisfied by attending webinars. The Texas Waters webinar for this month will be “Recovering America’s Wildlife Act” presented by Kelly Simon, Urban Wildlife Ecologist, TPWD. The seminar will be held February 28, 2019 from 6:30-7:30 p.m.

Texas Waters Webinar – ABCs of Apple Snails and eDNA

Advanced Training Opportunity: VMS category: AT: Webinars Note: Only four hours of the annual eight hour AT requirement may be satisfied by attending webinars. The first Texas Waters webinar of the year will be held January 16th 6:30-7:30 pm CST. The webinar topic is “ABCs of Apple Snails and eDNA” with Romi Burks, Biology Professor, Southwestern University. Click here to Register.;,

Introduction to Plant Identification webinar

Advanced Training Opportunity: AT: Webinars Join NRCS biologist Rickey Linex for an introductory webinar on plant identification. Follow the link below to access the webinar. http://www.conservationwebinars.net/webinars/introduction-to-plant-identification#.WHWUTmu_1L0.facebook Participants will be provided a framework for determining the identity of plants. Plants are of central importance to natural resource conservation. Thus, the ability to identify species or species groups is an essential skill for USDA NRCS field staffs. The goal of this webinar is to provide participants with a basic understanding of plant ecology and a framework for determining the identity… Read More →