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Texas 4-H is the largest youth development program in Texas reaching more than 550,000 youth each year. No matter where you live or what you like to do, Texas 4-H has something that lets you be a better you!

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Sizing Up a Pond On a Property webinar scheduled for March 6

AgriLife Extension program provides pond-related information and considerations for real estate agents and those in the market to buy The Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service will present the webinar “Sizing Up a Pond On a Property” March 6 from noon to 1:30 p.m. The program will provide participants with an array of information including the…
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The sunrises over a creek in Athens, Texas on Wednesday, Jul 19, 2023. (Sam Craft/Texas A&M AgriLife Marketing and Communications)

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Bexar County Youth Gardens program at Locke Hill Elementary School in San Antonio, Texas, on May 25, 2021. (Laura McKenzie/Texas A&M AgriLife Marketing and Communications)