The Good Works of Washington County Wildlife Society

The good works and services that WCWS produces include:
  • Semiannual educational and business meetings
  • Wildlife Management Associations - community gatherings to network and learn
  • Quarterly society newsletter produced and distributed to members and other readers
  • College scholarships for highly deserving Washington County youth who pursue natural resource careers
  • TWA Learning Across New Dimensions in Science (LANDS) program nurtured by WCWS
  • Texas Brigade Cadets - financial and programmatic support for Washington and area county youth
  • Washington County Youth sport shooting related activities – financial and volunteer support
  • Physically challenged hunt at Lake Somerville – provide financial and volunteer help to Corp of Engineers and Burleson County Wildlife Coop
  • Lone Star Water Forum – Annual educational program for water conservation and protection supported and promoted by WCWS
  • Field days and educational events – society partners with state and federal natural resource agencies and other organizations
  • Mill Creek Watershed Project Advisory Board – society members serve on Advisory Board
  • Enhancing and conserving wildlife in Washington County through education is more than a catch phrase for our organization. To help promote healthy land, water and wildlife along with the health of our youth and community please support our efforts and join Washington County Wildlife Society.

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