If you are from or around Texas, you are probably familiar with the Texas Parks and Wildlife Paddling Trails program. They are doing a phenomenal job in designating and managing paddling trails throughout the state. In an effort to continue to promote the program and expand on it, the Texas Tech University Department of Biological Sciences and the Llano River Field Station are conducting a survey that we thought you should know about whether resident or not…check it out:
Recreational paddling in Texas has grown in popularity in recent years. Consequently, The Texas Tech University Department of Biological Sciences and the Llano River Field Station are conducting a research survey designed to collect information for resident and non-resident recreationists who enjoy paddling all across Texas! The results of this research survey will offer an understanding of the characteristics of paddlers, like you, and will determine the economic impacts that paddlers have on our great state! Our hope is that the Texas Parks and Wildlife Paddling Trails Program will use the results from this research survey to further promote paddling, enhance paddling experiences, and increase awareness of paddle tourism throughout the state.