Forestry

Forestry in Texas impacts the lives of Texans both economically and environmentally. We offer expertise and educational resources on establishment, management, environmental stewardship and much more.

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Native Trees of Texas

Native Trees of Texas is a photo database of native trees across the state. Individuals can browse by common name, scientific name, cultivar or family.
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Forestry

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.
Program

The Texas 4-H Natural Resources Program provides a variety of resources and opportunities to learn about wildlife, forestry, water conservation and more.

Program

The Texas Master Naturalist program works to develop volunteers to provide education, outreach, and service dedicated to the beneficial management of natural resources.

Program

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.

Texas A&M Forest Service

The Texas A&M Forest Service conserves and protects the resources and lands of the Lone Star State.

All Resources on Forestry

  • Program

    The Texas 4-H Natural Resources Program provides a variety of resources and opportunities to learn about wildlife, forestry, water conservation and more.

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  • Project

    Future tree climbers and treehouses rely on you! Learn the importance of conserving forest land. You’ll gain citizenship, leadership skills, and practical forest management skills, like identifying tree diseases and the use of a compass in a forest

    teen in a hard hat looking up at a tall tree
  • The virtual herbarium provides a description, identifying characteristic, geographic distribution, image and habitat description of species found on Texas rangelands.

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  • Program

    The Texas Master Naturalist program works to develop volunteers to provide education, outreach, and service dedicated to the beneficial management of natural resources.

    Texas Master Naturalists members working in a wetland
  • Program

    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

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