Stream & Lake Ecology

We offer a range of information, including publications covering topics related to stream and lake ecology to inform Texans about these important natural resources and ecosystems. Topics range from watersheds and riparian systems to water quality, impairments and ways to improve local water quality.

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Stream & Lake Ecology

Programs

We offer numerous free and affordable programs on agriculture and natural resources, family and community health, economic health and youth development. We also offer many volunteer opportunities. Browse the list below.
Program

The Texas Watershed Steward program was initiated to provide science-based, watershed education to help citizens identify and take action to address local water quality impairments.

Program

This program provides expertise and resources related to topics including sportfish management, aquaculture, fish species and production, ponds, aeration, water quality, aquaponics and aquatic vegetation.

Program

The Texas Master Naturalist program works to develop volunteers to provide education, outreach, and service dedicated to the beneficial management of natural resources.

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  • Program

    The Texas Watershed Steward program was initiated to provide science-based, watershed education to help citizens identify and take action to address local water quality impairments.

    Cibolo Creek at Crescent Bend Nature Park
  • Project

    The 4-H Water Conservation & Education project explores the wonder of water and its value to humans, wildlife, and the environment. Resources and activities are designed for youth of all ages, as well as environmental and science educators looking for hands-on experiences and in-depth study on a wide range of water topics.

    students testing water
  • Program

    This program provides expertise and resources related to topics including sportfish management, aquaculture, fish species and production, ponds, aeration, water quality, aquaponics and aquatic vegetation.

    Man holding bucket with catfish in it
  • Program

    The Texas Master Naturalist program works to develop volunteers to provide education, outreach, and service dedicated to the beneficial management of natural resources.

    Texas Master Naturalists members working in a wetland
  • Tools and Apps

    This app covers the identification, life history, distribution and conservation of threatened and endangered reptiles and amphibians of Texas.

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