- As residents, community members, and landowners in the Navarro River Watershed and beyond, there are many things to be done and ways to get involved that directly benefit the rivers, creeks, and watershed.
Get Involved Today!
Come by the Navarro River Resource Center and we’ll help get you started:
- Locate yourself on the map–Identify the sub-basin/watershed that you live in (Rancheria, Anderson, Indian, Mainstem or North Fork Navarro)
- Identify the Natural Resources on your property (soil type, forest cover, springs, creeks, wind and solar aspect, pasture/meadows, etc.)
- Invite/Hire a professional to come and help you identify natural resource conservation opportunities on your land (see resources page)
- Come to a Navarro Watershed Group Meeting (contact us for more information)
- Come to a Creek Clean-up or Creek Trail Work Day
- Join in and participate in tours, presentations/workshops, walks etc.
- Volunteer to help lead plant/bird walks for Biology/Science classes at the AV Schools or for community members on the Creek Trails or in Hendy Woods State Park
- Learn BMP’s (Best Management Practices) and put them into practice