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Register Now: Getting In Step and Stakeholder Facilitation Training, June 13-14 in Dallas

Training Series: Getting in Step Training – Dallas TX: Monday, June 13 Stakeholder Facilitation Training – Dallas, TX: Tuesday, June 14 This two course series flows from day one to day two beginning with how to develop your outreach campaign to your reach your stakeholders followed by how to facilitate and keep the stakeholders engaged throughout the …

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Register Now – Getting in Step and Stakeholder Facilitation Training Series In Dallas, June 13-14!

Training Series: Getting in Step Training – Dallas TX: Monday, June 13 Stakeholder Facilitation Training – Dallas, TX: Tuesday, June 14   This two course series flows from day one to day two beginning with how to develop your outreach campaign to your reach your stakeholders followed by how to facilitate and keep the stakeholders engaged throughout …

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Register Now for the Southwest Stream Restoration Conference in San Antonio, June 1-3!

  Registration fees are for the 3-day conference program Wednesday through Friday (June 1-3, 2016), including 2 receptions, 2 breakfasts, 1 lunch and 4 breaks. Sign up online! It’s safe and easy. ________________________________________________________ Participant Rate      $450.00 Guest Rate                 $225.00(spouse of a registered participant) Register by April 1, 2016 for a chance to win a DJI …

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RSVP Now for the Riparian and Stream Ecosystems training in Arlington on May 24

Riparian and Stream Ecosystems – Village Creek/Lake Arlington Watershed May 24, 2016 8 am – 4 pm Flyer Agenda Lunch Payment by Credit Card Trinity River Authority General Office 5300 South Collins Arlington, TX 76018 (map) This workshop is being co-hosted by the Trinity River Authority, The AgriLife Extension Office in Tarrant County, and the …

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Blanco River Restoration Design Guidelines

Blanco River Restoration Design Guidelines document provides a general discussion regarding riparian function, historical site conditions, and active methods for preserving or enhancing private landscapes, including a case study demonstration by the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center and the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department advocate for private property owners to deal with storm waters and …

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