Texas Riparian & Stream Ecosystem Workshop - San Bernard River Basin
March 18, 2014 - Tuesday 8:00 am - 4:00 pm
City of Wharton Civic Center 1407 N Richmond Rd., Wharton, TX 77488 (map)
This workshop will focus on the nature and function of stream and riparian zones and the benefits and direct economic impacts from healthy riparian zones. The riparian education programs will cover an introduction to riparian principles, watershed processes, basic hydrology, erosion/deposition principles, and riparian vegetation, as well as potential causes of degradation and possible resulting impairment(s), and available local resources including technical assistance and tools that can be employed to prevent and/or resolve degradation. The Texas A&M Forest Service's Water Resources Department will be presenting on Protecting Water Resources
while Conducting Management Operations.
This is a one day indoor class with an outdoor field tour that same afternoon.
At the conclusion of the training, participants will receive a certificate of completion.
Continuing Education Units Available:
Texas Department of Agriculture Pesticide Applicators License – 3 CEUs
Texas Board of Architectural Examiners “Acceptable for HSW credit”
The program may also be used for CEUs for Professional Engineers.
RSVP is required by March 13, 2014. Online RSVP and Agenda: naturalresourcestraining.tamu.edu/schedule
A catered lunch will be provided for $10 cash at the door. Please feel free to bring your own lunch as we will have a lunchtime presentation before heading to the river site. Please select if you would like the catered lunch or if you will bring your own on your RSVP. Thank you.
For more information or questions please contact Nikki Dictson at 979-458-5915 or email@example.com.