Tensas River Refuge Association

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Welcome!

Welcome to the official site of Delta Support Programs, Inc. know and operated as The Tensas River Refuge Association (T.R.R.A.).

Use this website as an information flyway, right into the backwoods of the Tensas Swamps & Forest!! Here you will find useful up-to-date information as it relates to our Association and the Refuge.

Current News

With the success and popularity of the TRRA’s Facebook page www.facebook.com/trrapage we will no longer have a membership associated with the website. 

2013 Junior Duck Stamp Contest

Congratulations Noah Bounds for taking Best of Show in the 2013 Junior Duck Stamp contest!

2013 Junior Duck Stamp Conservation Message Winners

Name

 Group

 Place

 Teacher

 School

Conservation Message

A'Keyla Howard
 1
 1st
 Hano, S
JS CLARK
Today's conservation build for tomorrow's future.
 Greer Young
 2
 1st
 Lott, E
BRCVPA
Wildlife is a gift; respect it.
 Byron Price
 3
 1st
 Babin, R
Babin Fine Arts
Nature's beauty; Conserve it; Perserve it.
 Lege Tyler
 4
 1st
 Nealy Vardaman
Vermilion Catholic High
Preserv habitats today, observe wildlife in the future.
 Sophia Schafer
 1
 2nd
 Lott, E
BRCVPA
Conservation is a great part of art
 Richard Ge
 2
 2nd
 Lott, E
BRCVPA
Ducks are a beautiful part of nature's gift
 Marceaux Anne-Marie
 3
 2nd
 Nealy Vardaman
Vermilion Catholic High
Wildlife is important to the ecoystem and breaking the connection between animals of all sizes may cause them to become extinct and Earth's ecosystem.
 Kathryn Nauman
 4
 2nd
 Gillane, B
Mt Carmel Academy
Conserve the habitat for wildlife in order for them to live
 Caleb Tigrett
 1
 3rd
 Tigrett, H
Trinity Prep
Save the wetlands for our ducks
 DaKayla Howard
 2
 3rd
 Hano, S
JS Clark
Conserve today to live tomorrow
 Landry Caroline
 3
 3rd
 Nealy Vardaman
Vermilion Catholic High 
Our state is unique due to our wildlife, so we should preserve it.
 Schlabach Layne
 4
 3rd
 Nealy Vardamn
Vermilion Catholic High
It is important to preserve our weltands for future generations to be able to experience the wetlands as we have.

 

Volunteers are needed at Tensas River NWR. Stop by the visitor center or call (318) 574-2664 for more information.

 

 
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