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Lampasas River Watershed Protection Plan enters implementation phase

Funding may be available to assist landowners in conservation plans Writer: Robert Burns, 903-834-6191, TEMPLE – Agricultural producers in the Lampasas River Watershed will soon be eligible for financial assistance to help implement best management practices in their water quality management plans, according to a research associate with Texas A&M AgriLife Research. “AgriLife Research […]

Kidda chosen program coordinator for Long Acres Ranch Nature Tourism Center

RICHMOND — Jim Kidda has been selected as the new program coordinator for Long Acres Ranch Nature Tourism Center near Richmond, said Miles Phillips, Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service nature tourism specialist at Texas A&M University. The center is managed as an educational and recreational facility by AgriLife Extension’s nature tourism program. The 750-plus acre […]

Forestry internship expands university, grade school students’ natural resources understanding

Writer: Kay Ledbetter, 806-677-5608, Contact: Dr. Jason Vogel, 979-845-5580, COLLEGE STATION – University students from across the nation interested in forest science can come to Texas A&M University for a summer of hands-on research and, in turn, take their new knowledge and share it with middle and high school students. The exchange of […]

Academy for Ranch Management burn schools set for February, March

Writer: Kay Ledbetter, 806-677-5608, Contact: Ray Hinnant, 979-820-1778, SONORA – The Academy for Ranch Management will host two rangeland burning schools in February and March at the Texas A&M AgriLife Research Station located on State Highway 55 between Sonora and Rocksprings. A Prescribed Rangeland Burning School will be Feb. 19-21 and the Advanced […]

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