Agrilife Extension Resources

Helping Texans safeguard the state’s natural environment and natural resources is a big part of our work at the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service. Browse by topic below to learn more about what we are doing and how you can get involved.

Related Departments: Rangeland, Wildlife and Fisheries Management, Ecology and Conservation Biology, Biological and Agricultural Engineering

Sam Houston National Forest
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Asset Type: Program
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    The goal of the Texas Well Owner Network project is to inform Texans about water quality through protecting their wells and surface waters.

    Men testing water samples
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    The Bennett Land Stewardship program funds conferences about land management in the Edwards Plateau, covering issues such as brush control, water management and estate planning.

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    Pesticide applicator certification standards are set to ensure that restricted pesticides are available to those who protect food, forage, structures, health, water, rights-of-way, and landscapes.

    Tractor applying pesticide to crops in a field
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    The Texas Sea Grant College Program is part of a national network that helps connect research conducted at Sea Grant institutions with the public.

    Recreational fishing in Galveston Bay
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    In the Natural Resources project area, youth gain knowledge and experience in a variety of outdoor topic areas such as water conservation, outdoor living skills, forestry, fishing, and more. Young Texans involved in these projects are introduced to a vast array of educational and fun opportunities to be immersed in the world around them.

    Parent and child fishing on a dock
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    Birding with Texas A&M AgriLife Extension is a comprehensive set of programming and resources related to birding in Texas.

    Woman birdwatching with binoculars
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    The feral hog management program is for people throughout the state of Texas and beyond who are interested in more information on feral hogs.

    feral hog near a tree
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    Generation Next targets new landowners, those who are inheriting land or those who are looking to start a new agricultural operation on an existing ranch.

    child listening to a speaker at the Beef Cattle Short Course
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    The Texas Master Naturalist program works to develop volunteers to provide education, outreach, and service dedicated to the beneficial management of natural resources. This year, Texas A&M AgriLife celebrates the 25th anniversary of the Texas Master Naturalist Program and the impact of its vast network of community-based volunteers across the state.

    Texas Master Naturalists members working in a wetland
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    The Rangeland, Wildlife, and Fisheries Management (RWFM) Stewardship Webinar Series provides research-based strategies and applied management recommendations that enhance stewardship practices for our natural resources.

    Man examining a bat box in the woods