April 15, 2010
Written by Sherrel Jones
The Llano River Field Station at the Texas Tech University Center at Junction will raise awareness about land stewardship and water quality with a one-day training event.
The event will focus on water quality regulation and monitoring, methods to improve water quality, and community-driven watershed protection and management. The event will begin at 8 a.m. April 29 at Packard Hall at the Junction campus.
Also, the training will provide the basic knowledge and tools needed to form a watershed action group, participate in and organize local watershed activities and become more involved in protecting and enhancing a community’s water resources.
All program participants will receive a free copy of the Texas Watershed Steward curriculum handbook, free prizes, gifts and a certificate of completion. In addition, the program will provide the following:
Pre-registration is now open through April 22 and required for participation. For more information, please visit the Texas Watershed Steward Web site at http://tws.tamu.edu.
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CONTACT: Tom Arsuffi, director at Llano River Field Station, Texas Tech University Center in Junction, (325) 446-2301 or email@example.com