November 6,7, and 9, 2017
North Texas Regional Feral Hog Conference
The North Texas Feral Hog Conference was a multi-agency collaboration to convene policymakers, stakeholders, and experts to discuss feral hog management at the watershed level. To better serve our communities, the event was held November 6, 7, and 9 at three locations in the North Central Texas region.
August 21, 2017
Sanitary Sewer Overflow Initiative Benefits Webinar
Learn about the Sanitary Sewer Overflow Initiatives occuring in the North Texas area and how those initiatives have impacted the number of overflows over time. This webinar features Mary Gugliuzza, from the City of Fort Worth Water Department, and Scott Hoelzle, from the North Texas Municipal Water District.
View the webinar recording
North Texas Urban Feral Hog Forum
Thank you to all who joined 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.
Presentations from the May 1, 2017 North Texas Urban Feral Hog Forum
Presentations from the December 16, 2015 NCTCOG SSO Workshop
Water Resources Planning and Management Workshops