Community Planning & Economic Development

We strive to strengthen a community’s individual ability to create and grow businesses, jobs, wealth and income. Our information and resources help communities develop goals, visions and strategic plans to help guide economic development and prosperity for their part of Texas.

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Community Planning & Economic Development

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Experimentar un desastre puede conducir a un comportamiento erratico, cambios en el estado de animo e incluso sintomas fisicos. Las senales de advertencia del estres posterior al desastre se explican en esta publicacion. Hay sugerencias para ayudar a las victimas a lidiar con el estres y para obtener ayuda profesional. (3 Paginas)

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Cuando los adultos mayores deben evacuar sus hogares, pueden preocuparse por recibir sus pagos del Seguro Social, recibir beneficios de Medicare de nuevos proveedores de atencion medica y reemplazar los medicamentos que quedan atras. Esta publicacion explica a quien llamar para pedir ayuda con estas necesidades. (2 Paginas)

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To celebrate the 150th Anniversary of the Morrill Land-Grant College Act of 1862, Texas A&M AgriLife has published The Land Grant Legacy in the Lone Star State.

Programs

We offer numerous free and affordable programs on agriculture and natural resources, family and community health, economic health and youth development. We also offer many volunteer opportunities. Browse the list below.
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The V.G. Young Institute of County Government, part of The Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service, provides continuing education for elected county officials across Texas.

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The AgriLife Extension Rural Student Success Initiative aims to increase the number of rural students enrolling in and completing a postsecondary certificate or degree program.

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Texas Friendly Instructors provide workshops that help your staff cultivate the most up to date hospitality habits and customer service skills.

Courses

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This course is intended for local elected officials and others interested in natural resource planning, positive land use, open space preservation, green infrastructure, elevation, or buyout-related activities.

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This course is intended for local elected officials and others interested in natural resource planning, positive land use, flood insurance rate maps, and effective floodplain management.

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This course is intended for local elected officials and others interested in natural resource planning, positive land use, flood insurance rate maps, and effective floodplain management.

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