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TWRI News is our monthly electronic newsletter that publishes timely information about science-based research and community-supported solutions in Texas.



The Water Resources Training Program Update provides periodic updates of upcoming trainings on riparian and stream restoration, watershed protection planning, geographic information systems, remote sensing technology, computer simulation models and other water resource issues. 

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The Texas Riparian Listserv sends notices about recent riparian research, conferences, training, and posts activities daily. The list is a moderated list and all submissions will require administrative approval before being posted to the list. Email Alexander Neal at for more information.

The Texas Watershed Coordinators Listserv is for watershed coordinators and other water resource professionals involved in watershed planning in Texas to exchange information about funding opportunities, conferences and meetings, relevant upcoming trainings, job postings and other items. Email Lucas Gregory at for more information.

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For information about specific project areas, please subscribe to the regions you would like to receive meeting notifications, newsletters and other information regarding water quality:


Petronila and San Fernando Creeks Watershed Planning, Mid and Lower Cibolo Creek Partnership, Medina River Watershed, Middle Yegua Creek Watershed, Little Bay Watershed


Attoyac Bayou, La Nana Bayou, Ayish Bayou


Neches River Tidal, Sandy (Jasper County) and Wolf creeks, Pine Island Bayou, Hillebrandt Bayou, Big Sandy Creek


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