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Texas Aquatic Science

Free Virtual Workshops


Dates (only need to attend one 2-day training):

Training 1: January 27th & 28th @ 1:00pm- 3:30pm

Training 2: February 10th & 11th @ 1:00pm- 3:30pm

Each workshop will meet the following goals:

  • Introduce educators to the materials and philosophy of TAS.
  • Provide a sampling of field activities for coastal and inland aquatic habitats.
  • Make connections to local water and wildlife issues to help individuals become aware of their place in the environment and their actions to protect it.
  • Demonstrate field interpretive techniques used in TAS field activities and TAS trunk equipment inventory.

Location: Zoom; link sent after registration


  • Email which Session you prefer to Elise.Pullen@tpwd.texas.gov
  • Must attend both days
  • Maximum 30 participants per training

Prior to workshop:

If you have questions about the Texas Aquatic Science curriculum, Texas Aquatic    Science Certified Field Sites, or about the workshop, please contact Melissa Felty (Alderson) at Melissa.Alderson@tpwd.texas.gov.

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