Audubon Texas, Big Bend Conservation Alliance, National Audubon Society, Pronatura Noreste, and Rio Grande Joint Venture will be partnering on a symposium on binational conservation and cooperation in the Rio Grande/Rio Bravo watershed along the Texas-Mexico border. The symposium will include sessions on the state of the river, management solutions, policy and governance.
Date: July 18, 2019
Location: USO Building, Marfa, TX
Dr. Mauricio de la Maza
Pronatura Noreste, Mexico
Rio Grande Joint Venture, Alpine TX
Dr. Kevin Urbanczyck
Sul Ross State University, Alpine TX
Dr. Samuel Sandoval
UC Davis, Davis CA
International Boundary and Water Commission
Dr. Oscar Ibanez
Director Ejecutivo de la Junta Central de Agua y Saneamiento del Estado de Chihuahua
Lunch will be provided; happy hour to follow.
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