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SESSION C
Outreach & Education

Moderator:  Thomas Arsuffi, PhD, Texas Tech University’s Llano River Field Station
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8:30 am
Cultivating a Land Ethic & Bioregional Imagination through Urban Ecosystem Education & Community-Based Stream Restoration
–Teresa Moss, University of North Texas , Denton, TX
Moss’ Presentation

8:55 am
Stream Restoration: Form vs. Function (again)
–Dave Penrose, Penrose Environmental Consulting LLC, Asheville,  NC
Penrose Presentation

9:20 am
It’s Not Easy to Save a River:  A Look at Public Awareness Campaigns
–Karen Ford, WaterPR, Austin, TX
Ford’s Presentation

9:45 am
Systems Thinking for Urban Creeks: What Does a Functioning Urban Creek Look Like?
–Katie Coyne, Asakura Robinson Company, Austin, TX
Coyne’s Presentati0n

10:10 am     Break in the Exhibit Hall

10:30 am
$$$$$s and Sense of Guadalupe Bass Angling and Paddling: Bridging Environmental Literacy, Watershed Protection, Restoration and Flow Of Texas Hill Country
–Thomas Arsuffi, PhD, TTU Llano River Field Station, Junction, TX
Arsuffi’s Presentation

10:55 am
Coordinated Planning Effort to Preserve Denton County Riparian Areas
–Blake Alldredge, Upper Trinity Regional Water District, Lewisville, TX
Alldredge’s Presentation

11:20 am
Houston-Galveston Region Riparian Buffer Planning Tool
–Paniz Miesen, Houston-Galveston Area Council, Houston, TX
Paniz’s Presentation

11:45 am
Using Buttons to Educate Students about Water
–Morgan Buob, Tarrant Regional Water District, Fort Worth, TX
Buob’s Presentation

12:10 pm     Lunch Provided – Salon Del Rey (5th Floor)