Texas Watershed Planning About Developing WPPs Sustainability Training Projects Listserv Resources Getting In Step: A Guide for Conducting Watershed Outreach Campaigns – Top 10 Outreach Tips that Won’t Break the Bank June 13, 2016 Texas A&M AgriLife Research and Extension Center 17360 Coit Road Dallas, TX 75252 (map) Agenda Resource Materials Getting in Step Guide Registration Form (or Register and pay by Credit Card) If registering for this course and Stakeholder Facilitation, you can register and pay by credit card for both at once. Cost: 75$ This course covers the basics from the Getting in Step Guide for conducting watershed outreach campaigns, which is also useful for any natural resource project. Outreach is a powerful tool to get stakeholders involved early in the planning process, promote behavior change and enhance the implementation of your programs. Major topics include: Building Blocks for Effective Education and Outreach, What it takes to Change Behavior, Evaluating Your Outreach Effort, Working with the News Media and Creating Eye-Catching Outreach Materials. In a world of limited budgets learn practical tips and tools to conduct effective outreach without breaking the bank. Registration To register with a check, please fill out the registration form and send in a check payable to Texas Water Resources Institute, Getting in Step Acct. 06-215071-89532. If paying by purchase order, please fax (979.845.0662) or email (firstname.lastname@example.org) your registration form to Texas Water Resources Institute and submit a copy to your bookkeeper for payment processing. To register with a credit card, please go online to the Market Place. For more information or questions, contact Nikki Dictson at 979-458-5915. This course is being provided through the Texas Watershed Planning Program, which is funded through a Clean Water Act nonpoint grant provided by the Texas State Soil and Water Conservation Board and U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. The Texas Watershed Planning Program is managed by the Texas Water Resources Institute, part of Texas A&M AgriLife Research, Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service and the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences at Texas A&M University. For more information, contact Dictson or visit watershedplanning.tamu.edu. To subscribe or update your subscription go to the Watershed Coordinators Listserv online at watershedplanning.tamu.edu/subscribe/.