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txH2O, our magazine published twice a year, featuring stories on current water resources research and outreach programs in Texas and priority water issues facing Texas. If you would like to receive a print copy of txH2O, contact kerry.halladay@ag.tamu.edu.

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Conservation Matters is our monthly electronic newsletter that publishes timely information about water and natural resources news and research at universities and organizations in Texas.

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The Natural 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 natural resource issues. 

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You can also subscribe to the Texas Riparian Listserv to get notices about recent riparian research, conferences, training, and activities are posted daily. The list is a moderated list and all submissions will require administrative approval before being posted to the list.

We also have a Texas Watershed Watershed Coordinators Listserv for watershed coordinators and other water resource professionals involved in watershed planning in Texas to exhange information about funding opportunities, conferences and meetings, relevant upcoming trainings, job postings and other items.

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