The Mill Creek Watershed Partnership is hosting a Lone Star Healthy Streams workshop on Friday, June 21 at the Washington County fairgrounds sales facility, 1305 East Blue Bell Road.

The Lone Star Healthy Streams program aims to educate Texas livestock producers and landowners on how to best protect Texas waterways from bacterial contamination associated with beef cattle, horses and feral hogs, said Matt Brown, Texas A&M AgriLife Extension program specialist.

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