Watershed Planning Short Course held in Bandera
The fourth Texas Watershed Planning Short Course was held May 10-14 at the Mayan Dude Ranch in Bandera, with more than 35 water professionals from Texas, New Mexico and Oklahoma attending. The course is sponsored by the Texas Water Resources Institute and funded by the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.
The goal of the weeklong course is to equip watershed coordinators and water professionals with the tools they need to plan, coordinate, and implement watershed protection efforts. The course covers partnership building; identifying solutions; watershed characterization and designing an implementation program.
Wrap-up information and future events will be posted at http://watershedplanning.tamu.edu/.