The Geronimo and Alligator Creeks Watershed Partnership is hosting a Lone Star Healthy Streams Workshop May 24 at the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service office for Guadalupe County, 210 E. Live Oak St., Seguin.
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Feral swine creating water quality problems on major waterway
Water quality levels in Oso Creek are constantly at risk of high levels of bacteria, primarily because the seven-mile waterway serves as a major runoff during heavy rains and other flooding events.Read more...
Spring Wild Pig Newsletter is Here!
In this issue, readers will learn about the effects of abatement efforts on wild pig behavior, the impact wild pigs have on water quality, and get the opportunity to read trending articles and much more!Read more...
New Extension Publication - Wild Pigs Negatively Impact Water Quality: Implications for Land and Watershed Management
This publication provides science-based information on the history and distribution of wild pigs (Sus scrofa) in the United States and how these animals negatively impact water quality.Read more...