Organizations partner with Texas Stream Team to grow citizen science activities in their communities. Texas Stream Team partners identify areas of concern, reduce pollution, and provide citizens, industry, and public agencies with the information they need to improve and conserve Texas' natural resources. Texas Stream Team Partnerships solicit public and private entities to help train, equip, manage, and offer general support to the growing number of citizen scientists across the state. Partners include citizens, industries, river authorities, councils of government, water districts, cities, state and federal agencies, educators, private groups and foundations.
Texas Stream Team partnerships help:
Please fill out the information below. After we receive your application, we will contact you to discuss your partnership in detail.
Every business and organization in Texas is encouraged to become a Texas Stream Team Partner. As a Texas Stream Team Partner, you will receive benefits that will help you and your community reach environmental goals and earn recognition for your leadership activities.
These benefits include:
Types of Partnerships
The different types of Partnerships allow organizations to best use their resources to support citizen scientists. Organizations may become Texas Stream Team partners in the following ways:
Texas Stream Team Partners will receive an annual reporting form to document progress toward their environmental and outreach goals.
Based on the partnership level you chose, please select the type of Texas Stream Team citizen science monitoring and/or environmental education activity your organization wants to support. If these categories do not apply, please write the information that best applies to your organization.
If you have any questions about this form or partnerships please feel free to contact us at any time. We look forward to partnering with you!
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