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May
21
Sat
Texas Big Game Awards @ Brazos County Expo
May 21 @ 4:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Description: The purpose of the Texas Big Game Awards (TBGA) is to promote awareness about wildlife management and the role that hunting plays in habitat conservation, and to foster cooperation among stakeholders who ensure that our state’s wildlife habitat is conserved forever. TBGA recognizes those individuals who harvest quality big game animals in Texas, the land managers who produce these animals, the importance of our hunting heritage, and the achievement of young and first-time hunters.

This event is one of three Regional Sportsman’s Celebration banquets held annually to honor program participants.

Expected Audience: 100+

*If you are interested in bringing your poster to this event, please reach out to Kara Starr, TBGA Program Coordinator, directly either via email or phone. (kstarr@texas-wildlife.org / 210-884-6442)

BOA Opportunities Available: A.3 – Manned trifold/poster display. Restrictions: points awarded per day, minimum of one hour. If you set up your trifold/poster while making a presentation, you will NOT receive credit for the manned display, only the educational presentation

      Jun
      1
      Wed
      Article Submission – Journal of the Texas Trophy Hunters
      Jun 1 all-day

      Event For: Cadets

      Description: The Journal of the Texas Trophy Hunters (TTH Magazine) publishes a Texas Brigades story in every issue. We are looking for articles/stories about your Texas Brigades camp experiences, Texas Brigades hunts and post-camp trips, or any outdoor/hunting experience you want to share. Articles should be 800-1000 words and submitted to camps@texasbrigades.org for review.

      After you submit your article and pictures (send 2-3 good quality/high resolution picture) to the camps@texasbrigades.org email, Texas Brigades staff will work with you on edits (if necessary) and send to the magazine editor.

      Opportunities: BOA Points for category A 10b.  Please note, BOA points are only awarded if the article is chosen and published.

      Jun
      4
      Sat
      Texas Big Game Awards @ Celebration Event Center
      Jun 4 @ 4:00 pm – 8:00 pm

      Description: The purpose of the Texas Big Game Awards (TBGA) is to promote awareness about wildlife management and the role that hunting plays in habitat conservation, and to foster cooperation among stakeholders who ensure that our state’s wildlife habitat is conserved forever. TBGA recognizes those individuals who harvest quality big game animals in Texas, the land managers who produce these animals, the importance of our hunting heritage, and the achievement of young and first-time hunters.

      This event is one of three Regional Sportsman’s Celebration banquets held annually to honor program participants.

      Expected Audience: 100+

      *If you are interested in bringing your poster to this event, please reach out to Kara Starr, TBGA Program Coordinator, directly either via email or phone. (kstarr@texas-wildlife.org / 210-884-6442)

      BOA Opportunities Available: A.3 – Manned trifold/poster display. Restrictions: points awarded per day, minimum of one hour. If you set up your trifold/poster while making a presentation, you will NOT receive credit for the manned display, only the educational presentation

          Jun
          25
          Sat
          Texas Big Game Awards @ Fiddler's Gruene
          Jun 25 @ 4:00 pm – 8:00 pm

          Description: The purpose of the Texas Big Game Awards (TBGA) is to promote awareness about wildlife management and the role that hunting plays in habitat conservation, and to foster cooperation among stakeholders who ensure that our state’s wildlife habitat is conserved forever. TBGA recognizes those individuals who harvest quality big game animals in Texas, the land managers who produce these animals, the importance of our hunting heritage, and the achievement of young and first-time hunters.

          This event is one of three Regional Sportsman’s Celebration banquets held annually to honor program participants.

          Expected Audience: 100+

          *If you are interested in bringing your poster to this event, please reach out to Kara Starr, TBGA Program Coordinator, directly either via email or phone. (kstarr@texas-wildlife.org / 210-884-6442)

          BOA Opportunities Available: A.3 – Manned trifold/poster display. Restrictions: points awarded per day, minimum of one hour. If you set up your trifold/poster while making a presentation, you will NOT receive credit for the manned display, only the educational presentation

              Jul
              1
              Fri
              Article Submission – Journal of the Texas Trophy Hunters
              Jul 1 all-day

              Event For: Cadets

              Description: The Journal of the Texas Trophy Hunters (TTH Magazine) publishes a Texas Brigades story in every issue. We are looking for articles/stories about your Texas Brigades camp experiences, Texas Brigades hunts and post-camp trips, or any outdoor/hunting experience you want to share. Articles should be 800-1000 words and submitted to camps@texasbrigades.org for review.

              After you submit your article and pictures (send 2-3 good quality/high resolution picture) to the camps@texasbrigades.org email, Texas Brigades staff will work with you on edits (if necessary) and send to the magazine editor.

              Opportunities: BOA Points for category A 10b.  Please note, BOA points are only awarded if the article is chosen and published.

              Aug
              1
              Mon
              Article Submission – Journal of the Texas Trophy Hunters
              Aug 1 all-day

              Event For: Cadets

              Description: The Journal of the Texas Trophy Hunters (TTH Magazine) publishes a Texas Brigades story in every issue. We are looking for articles/stories about your Texas Brigades camp experiences, Texas Brigades hunts and post-camp trips, or any outdoor/hunting experience you want to share. Articles should be 800-1000 words and submitted to camps@texasbrigades.org for review.

              After you submit your article and pictures (send 2-3 good quality/high resolution picture) to the camps@texasbrigades.org email, Texas Brigades staff will work with you on edits (if necessary) and send to the magazine editor.

              Opportunities: BOA Points for category A 10b.  Please note, BOA points are only awarded if the article is chosen and published.

              Sep
              1
              Thu
              Article Submission – Journal of the Texas Trophy Hunters
              Sep 1 all-day

              Event For: Cadets

              Description: The Journal of the Texas Trophy Hunters (TTH Magazine) publishes a Texas Brigades story in every issue. We are looking for articles/stories about your Texas Brigades camp experiences, Texas Brigades hunts and post-camp trips, or any outdoor/hunting experience you want to share. Articles should be 800-1000 words and submitted to camps@texasbrigades.org for review.

              After you submit your article and pictures (send 2-3 good quality/high resolution picture) to the camps@texasbrigades.org email, Texas Brigades staff will work with you on edits (if necessary) and send to the magazine editor.

              Opportunities: BOA Points for category A 10b.  Please note, BOA points are only awarded if the article is chosen and published.

              Oct
              1
              Sat
              Article Submission – Journal of the Texas Trophy Hunters
              Oct 1 all-day

              Event For: Cadets

              Description: The Journal of the Texas Trophy Hunters (TTH Magazine) publishes a Texas Brigades story in every issue. We are looking for articles/stories about your Texas Brigades camp experiences, Texas Brigades hunts and post-camp trips, or any outdoor/hunting experience you want to share. Articles should be 800-1000 words and submitted to camps@texasbrigades.org for review.

              After you submit your article and pictures (send 2-3 good quality/high resolution picture) to the camps@texasbrigades.org email, Texas Brigades staff will work with you on edits (if necessary) and send to the magazine editor.

              Opportunities: BOA Points for category A 10b.  Please note, BOA points are only awarded if the article is chosen and published.

              Oct
              20
              Thu
              CYCL – Confluence of Young Conservation Leaders @ Mackenzie Environmental Center
              Oct 20 – Oct 23 all-day

              DescriptionThe Confluence of Young Conservation Leaders (CYCL) conference is a biennial, multi-state youth conservation event. Texas Brigades hosted the last session in Austin, TX in November of 2019.

              The 2022 event is hosted in Poynette, Wisconsin at the MacKenzie Environmental Center. Join us as we foster discussions on a national scale regarding water resources & challenges, private/public land, developing leadership skills, establishing conservation and leadership programs, and much more! Activities include visits to/with the Aldo Leopoldo Foundation, International Crane Foundation, Devil’s Lake State Park, Monarch CCAA and U of I Chicago, and applied ecological restoration presentations. 

              Graduates of Texas Brigades programs, ages 18-24, and past CYCL attendees from Texas are welcomed to register with Texas Brigades to attend the event. Other organizations may register representatives from their own organizations.

              Texas Brigades Involvement: Texas Brigades is a partner organization and has been involved with planning this event. Texas Brigades plans to assist attendees with a travel stipend, as we know flights and/or driving may be a hinderance. If you are interested in attending, please complete the inquiry form here: .

              Join Texas Brigades and other states as we dive into and work to resolve natural resources challenges nation-wide.

              Nov
              1
              Tue
              Article Submission – Journal of the Texas Trophy Hunters
              Nov 1 all-day

              Event For: Cadets

              Description: The Journal of the Texas Trophy Hunters (TTH Magazine) publishes a Texas Brigades story in every issue. We are looking for articles/stories about your Texas Brigades camp experiences, Texas Brigades hunts and post-camp trips, or any outdoor/hunting experience you want to share. Articles should be 800-1000 words and submitted to camps@texasbrigades.org for review.

              After you submit your article and pictures (send 2-3 good quality/high resolution picture) to the camps@texasbrigades.org email, Texas Brigades staff will work with you on edits (if necessary) and send to the magazine editor.

              Opportunities: BOA Points for category A 10b.  Please note, BOA points are only awarded if the article is chosen and published.