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SWCD Director & Employee Workshop

Overview

Each year the TSSWCB and the ATSWCD hosts a SWCD Director & Employee Workshop for new and current Soil and Water Conservation District Directors and employees, as well as USDA-Natural Resource Conservation Service employees. The workshop is intended to educate participants on policies, conservation programs, resources and a variety of other topics that help lay the foundation for a successful Soil and Water Conservation District. This year’s conference will be held April 26-27, 2022 at the Mayborn Convention Center in Temple, Texas. 

2022 SWCD Director & Employee Workshop

We have rescheduled the 2022 SWCD Director & Employee Workshop for April 26-27 at the Mayborn Convention Center in Temple, Texas.

Registration is open as of January 20th and will close March 30, 2022.

The deadline to request refunds is April 8, 2022. Email refund request to atswcd@gmail.com

Tentative Schedule

  • Tuesday, April 26th
    • 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.             Director & Employee Training
    • 1:00 p.m. – 5: 00 p.m.            District Employee Breakout Session
      • (Employees will attend the training above until employee breakout session)
    • 6:00 p.m.                                 Dinner & Social
    • Wednesday, April 27th
      • 8:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.       District Director Training
      • 8:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.       District Employee Breakout Session

Hotel Room Block Information

  • Dates: April 25-27, 2022
    • Holiday Inn Express
      2609 South 39th Street
      Temple, Texas
    • Rate: $96
    • To make a reservation:
    • Call 254-773-5500 and ask for TSSWCB Workshop block or
  • Click here to book online
    • Enter check in/out dates of April 25-27th and the rate of $96 will populate
    • We will look to add additional hotels to the block if it is to sell out
  • A detailed schedule will be released in the coming months

Contact

Molly Christensen

mchristensen@tsswcb.texas.gov or 254-228-7881

"Protecting and Enhancing Natural Resources since 1939."

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