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Texas Wildlife Association Webinar
Texas Wildlife Association

March, 2012


Wildlife for Lunch Webinar Series


Pond and Lake Management for Success  

Join TWA and Texas AgriLife Extension for the next Wildlife for Lunch webinar!


When:  Thursday, March 15th, 2012

From 12:00 to 1:00pm CST 

Topic:  "Pond and Lake Management for Success". This webinar will include topics

such as the ecology of ponds and lakes, what species and how many fish to stock, and enhancing fish production. The webinar will also discuss pond problems like aquatic plants, pests, predators, and fish kills.   

Presented by:  Dr. Michael P. Masser, Texas AgriLife Extension Service Professor  

and Extension Fisheries Specialist

Where:  Any computer with an internet connection

Cost:  FREE!

CEU Credit Available:  1 hour of General Pesticide Applicator's License  CEU credit

will be awarded to participants of the live webinar

How to sign on:  Simply point your browser to 

on the day of the webinar and click to join the Wildlife for Lunch webinar.  Each web based seminar is fully interactive and allows you to engage the experts, make comments, and ask questions during the course of the presentation.

If you cannot make the live webinar:  Each webinar is archived and available for

viewing following the initial air date at the TWA website: 


Questions? Contact Courtney Brittain at  
or call the main office at (210) 826-2904


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