- TDA Pesticide Program FAQ’s
- Blackland Income Growth Confere
- Dept.of State Health Services
- Texas Parks & Wildlife
- Texas Animal Health Commission
Working with the College of Agriculture and LIfe Sciences at Texas A&M University and with Texas A&M AgriLife Research, county Extension agents demonstrate and teach proven practices and technology to help farmers and ranchers improve crop and livestock systems, reduce risks, and enhance the sustainability of agricultural lands. We also provide services such as soil and water testing and plant-disease diagnostics. By advancing agriculture, we will help to feed growing populations in Texas and around the world.
To safeguard our state’s natural resources, AgriLife Extension conducts conservation and stewardship programs that reduce drought impacts, reclaim and preserve water quality, minimize wildfire risks, and maximize water supplies. We help restore damaged lands and protect wildlife habitats. And we promote integrated practices for pest management in both rural and urban environments.