The April edition of News Stream starts off with a tribute to a long-time friend of the District, Congressman Ralph Hall. We included reminders for the end of our annual water quality maintenance temporary change in disinfectant, how boaters can continue to help stop the spread of zebra mussels and numerous programs offered through the John Bunker Sands Wetland Center for educators, students and families.
We introduced you to the new full-time technician with the Collin County Soil & Water Conservation District, Ryann Cline, showed you a sneak peak at the Texas A&M AgriLife Dallas Benny J. Simpson Ecopark, and congratulated our own Robert McCarthy who will be retiring after 15 years of service to NTMWD.
As always, we’ve got your WFAA Green Segment recap, Member City and Customer event listings, recent news and more. Read the full News Stream on line or download a pdf version at the link below.
Apr 6: Advanced Bird Walk (Seagoville)
Apr 6: Talking with the Eagles (Seagoville)
Apr 6: Texas Trash-Off (McKinney)
Apr 9: ULandscapeIT: Water Efficient Landscape Design (Richardson)
Apr 11: Vermiculture Class (Rockwall)
Apr 13: Celebrate Earth Day 2019 with Go Green (Garland)
Apr 13: Great American Cleanup (Plano)
Apr 17: Top 100 Plants for North Texas (McKinney)
Apr 20: Advanced Bird Walk (Seagoville)
Apr 20: Clean It & Green It 2019 (Frisco)
Apr 20: Free Food …Wild Edibles (Seagoville)
Legends in North Texas Legislature Leave Behind Legacy Benefiting Entire Region
Annual Maintenance Ends April 1
Texas Boaters Help Stop Spread of Zebra Mussels in Lake
Working Together to Protect the Lavon Watershed
Wetland Center Offers Summer Teacher Workshops
Spring Fever – Find Out What & When to Plant!
Agrilife Dallas has New 7-Acre Ecopark
If You Like Mudbugs Save the Date!
Permit Us to Say Thank You, Robert
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