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Stream Teams to Be Developed for East Texas Rivers

The Texas Conservation Alliance and the Meadows Center for Water and the Environment at Texas State University are joining up to develop “stream teams” for East Texas rivers in order to contribute to the state's water-quality database.

Professor Kirk Winemiller of the Texas A&M Department of Wildlife and Fisheries, on a bayou along the Neches River near Beau…

The Texas Conservation Alliance and the Meadows Center for Water and the Environment at Texas State University are joining up to develop “stream teams” for East Texas rivers in order to contribute to the state's water-quality database. Teams of trained volunteers will be created for the Sabine and Sulphur River basins, and the existing Neches River Stream Team will be expanded. Anyone interested in being a volunteer water quality monitor is invited to contact Texas Conservation Alliance at TCA@tcatexas.org or by calling 512-777-9730.

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