North Texas Urban Feral Hog Forum
Please join the North Central Texas Council of Governments (NCTCOG) for the North Texas Urban Feral Hog Forum on May 1st, 2017 at Brookhaven College in Farmers Branch.
Feral hogs present increasing challenges to both rural and urban communities in North Texas. The large populations are not only destructive, causing property damage, infrastructure damage, and threats to public safety, but are also a source of bacteria loading in North Texas waterways through waste contributions and destabilization of riparian areas.
This event will convene policymakers, stakeholders, and experts to continue the conversation about management strategies, the impact of urban feral hogs, and the development of potential next steps for regional coordination of feral hog management.
Hear from: Texas Parks and Wildlife, Texas Department of Agriculture, Fort Worth Nature Center, City of Dallas, City of Grand Prairie, City of Irving, City of Arlington, and City of Carrollton.
Be a part of the conversation! Tweet @nctcogenv your feral hog questions with the hashtag #FeralHogForum. These questions will be used to guide the roundtable discussions.
Register for the Forum View Flyer Map to Brookhaven College
Presentations from the December 16, 2015 NCTCOG SSO Workshop
Water Resources Planning and Management Workshops