How to Find Natural Resource Professionals in Texas A Private Land Stewardship Lesson

If you are searching for natural resource conservation or management information, it is best to go to trusted organizations for reliable information. Some of the most valuable groups Texans can utilize include Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service, Texas A&M Forest Service, Texas Parks & Wildlife, and the Natural Resources Conservation Service. Scroll down to learn about the benefits of connecting with natural resource professionals and the expertise and services each of these organizations has to offer.

The Benefits

  • knowledge about natural resources
  • meet new people
  • potential financial gain through incentive programs
  • a written wildlife, forest, or ranch plan created specifically for your property
Website: https://agrilifeextension.tamu.edu/


  • mitigating drought impacts
  • water conservation
  • livestock management
  • row crop management
  • wildlife management

Services & Programs:

Contact: Ag & Natural Resources County Extension Agent

If you do not know your county...

Website: https://tfsweb.tamu.edu/


  • forest management
  • wildfire & disaster management

Services & Programs:

Contact: Forester

After you locate your county, click on the landowner assistance link to see your local forester or office.

Website: https://www.nrcs.usda.gov/wps/portal/nrcs/site/national/home/


  • soils & reducing erosion
  • water conservation
  • wildlife habitat management

Services & Programs:

Contact: District Conservationist

First, use the map to locate your service center by state and county. This will provide you with links to local contacts in your area.


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