Brings ranch management, research experience to position The Texas A&M AgriLife Research has hired Fred Sanchez for the role of senior administrator for the Texas A&M AgriLife Research and Extension Center in San Angelo. As the senior administrator, Sanchez will handle much of the operations management of the research center, including day-to-day activities of the center and oversight... Read More → The post Texas A&M AgriLife hires Sanchez as new San Angelo center senior administrator appeared first on AgriLife Today.
Texas A&M AgriLife employee an award-winning graduate researcher The Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service’s Jake Thorne is stepping into a new role as a sheep and goat program specialist at the Texas A&M AgriLife Research and Extension Center, San Angelo. Thorne was previously a sheep and goat associate. “Jake will continue to develop and deliver quality small... Read More → The post Thorne assumes role of sheep, goat program specialist appeared first on AgriLife Today.
Event celebrates 28 years of agricultural education/awareness for youth The Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service will be presenting the annual El Paso Kids & Kows & More agricultural education event for youth in a drive-thru format this year. This is the 28th year of the event in El Paso, but the first year it has been offered as... Read More → The post Kids & Kows & More offers El Paso drive-thru program June 24-26 appeared first on AgriLife Today.
Workshops to be at locations in Hunt, Mason, Sonora area The Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service will present three innovative, interactive Peers and Pros 360-Degree Texas Hill Country Prescribed Fire Workshops in May so attendees can learn about prescribed fires and associated best practices for fellow landowners and land managers. The workshops are free thanks... Read More → The post AgriLife Extension to offer three prescribed fire workshops in May appeared first on AgriLife Today.
Experts warn homeowners, landowners not to be hasty in removing trees Driving across Texas has been an interesting occupation for foresters and arborists these past few weeks. Many trees appear as healthy and vibrant as they have ever been, but littered in among the growing green are an equal – and seemingly arbitrary – population... Read More → The post Oak Trees still recovering from winter storm appeared first on AgriLife Today.