Denise Harmel-Garza

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Denise Harmel-Garza is an Extension Associate with Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service in the Wildlife and Fisheries (WFSC) Department at Texas A&M in College Station.  Denise earned her B.S. and M.S. in Wildlife Science from Texas A&M.  Denise believes that wildlife conservation plays a vital role in connecting people to natural processes.  She works on the Hunter Education Program. This program is a partnership among  the WFSC Department, Texas 4-H and Texas Parks & Wildlife (TPW). This partnership receives funding from the Federal Aid in Wildlife Restoration Program. Denise certifies Hunter Education Instructors and volunteers within the Texas 4-H Hunting Discipline.  She works closely with volunteers, County Extension Agents, TPW and 4-H Clubs.  The goal of this project is not only to ensure the sustainability of hunting in Texas, but to increase participation in hunting across the state through grass-roots county efforts.  

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This work is supported by the USDA National Institute of Food and Agriculture, New Technologies for Ag Extension project.