It’s time to prepare for hurricane season The 2021 Atlantic hurricane season is swiftly approaching. With the potential for a busy season ahead, now is the time to prepare. Read more.
The NRI 2020 Annual Report is here Each spring, NRI releases an annual report highlighting our mission, our programs, and the impactful projects defining the last year. We are continually grateful for the opportunities to pursue natural resource conservation solutions across the nation for generations to come. Read more.
Meet a scientist: Paul Montagna Paul Montagna, Ph.D. is the Chair for HydroEcology at the Harte Research Institute for Gulf of Mexico Studies at Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi. He is among the top 2% of researchers in the world for scientific impact and he contributed to the largest environmental settlement in history. Read more.
Behind the scenes: Leopold Live Chapter 2 We've officially kicked off filming for Leopold Live!: Chapter 2 and we're excited to give you a behind-the-scenes peek at what's coming up in the next few months from new stewardship practices to practical knowledge to keep in your back pocket. Read more.
Request for proposals for Water Programs of Excellence for fiscal years 2022-2023 announced TWRI has announced a request for proposals for Water Programs of Excellence for the fiscal years of 2022-2023. Proposals are due June 10. Read more.
Private Land Stewardship Academies: Natural Resource Management We're building a community of practice around land stewardship where you can click, open, explore, shuffle and share the content to save and use as you need it. We're excited to share four collections with you — first up: Natural Resource Management. Read more.
Texas A&M University’s Lacewell honored with lifetime achievement award Read more.
Potential impacts of climate change on Texas quail Read more.
Tune in to the Rio Grande Water video series Read more.
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As a program manager for partnerships for the Texas A&M Natural Resources Institute, Brittany works with our partners to build strategies to grow the recognition and use of sound science, expanding conversations around co…