Texas Brigades added Coastal Brigade Camp to the mix in 2016.  This 5-day program encompasses coastal habitat management, fisheries management, coastal ecology and saltwater fishing.  The tried and true Brigades model of leadership development, education, and empowerment continues at Coastal Brigade.

 

COASTAL BRIGADE BOOKS OF ACCOMPLISHMENTS!

-Due/post-marked by March 15th

-BoAs will be reviewed, selections made, and scholarships awarded

-Send or email to the Texas Brigades San Antonio Office

-Make sure to also submit your Assistant Leader/Special Agent App

Time & Place

Coastal Brigade
Sea Star Base, Galveston, July 16-20, 2019

Join us for the next camp

Coastal Brigade will select 30 of the brightest and best 13-17 year olds from across Texas to attend camp and become ambassadors of land stewardship and our coastal resources.  At camp, cadets will participate in a number of hands-on activities covering a number of topics including fish identification, saltwater species collection techniques, water quality, habitat management, angling, boater safety, ethics and more.  The other major components of Coastal Brigade are life-skills, including leadership, team-building, critical-thinking, public speaking, and communication. 

After camp, cadets will return to their communities to give presentations and share their new found knowledge.  In turn, they will be rewarded through scholarships and future experiences.

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Sponsors

THANK YOU to our generous Coastal Brigade Donors and Supporters!

Committee

Aaron Adams Texas Parks and Wildlife
Bill Balboa Texas Sea Grant
Brittany O’Brien Texas A&M University
Charriss York Texas AgriLife
Derek York Texas Parks and Wildlife
Faith Antley Student
Greg Akins Texas Parks and Wildlife
Jason Woodyard Riata Welding
Joel Anderson Texas Parks and Wildlife
Jonathan Daigle Texas Parks and Wildlife
Julie Massey Texas Sea Grant
Michael Scherer Fishing’s Future
Oscar Castillo Fin Addict
Paul Silva Texas Parks and Wildlife
Shane Bonnot CCA
Shane Stephens Texas A&M University
Tonya Wiley Havenworth Coastal Conservation