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Texas Wildlife Association Educational Program Survey
Texas Wildlife Association

August, 2013

     
   
 

Texas Wildlife Association

Educational Program Survey

   

We Want Your Help!

 

Educational Programs are a valuable part of TWA and our Conservation Legacy goals.  We strive to provide high quality, useful and stimulating information that will be beneficial to wildlife, fisheries and land management.  The opinions of our members and other participants are very valuable to us in designing and conducting these programs. 

 

We ask that you please take 10 minutes to complete our brief online survey to provide feedback for our past, and future, educational programs. 

 

  • How:  It's Easy!  Follow the link provided.  Select your answer to the questions.  Click "Next" to advance.
  • Where: Click here to be redirected to the survey or copy and paste the link into your browser. https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/TWA_Education_Programs
  • Who: Anyone and Everyone!  Whether you have attended a program or not, we want to hear from you!

 

Your answers are completely anonymous, and we value your opinion to help build our Educational Programs. 

 

For more information contact: Clint Faas, cfaas@texas-wildlife.org

 

 

Questions? Contact cfaas@texas-wildlife.org
or call the main office at (210) 826-2904
 


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