Agricultural law specialist offers considerations for landowners interested in selling carbon credits No two carbon credit contracts are written the same, and that is why Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service agricultural law specialist Tiffany Lashmet, J.D., said there is a list of considerations she advises everyone to take before entering a carbon credit contract. “That... Read More → The post 10 questions to ask before signing a carbon credit contract appeared first on AgriLife Today.
12-week course begins Jan. 23 The Generation Next: Our Turn to Ranch 12-week online course is open for registration. The program, offered by the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service, takes place Jan. 23-April 16. The course fee is $300, and online registration is required at https://tx.ag/GenerationNext2023. The course includes expert instruction on everything from starting a new agriculture... Read More → The post Generation Next: Our Turn to Ranch online course now registering appeared first on AgriLife Today.
Farm, Ranch and Rural Communities Federal Advisory Committee evaluates policies, programs at intersection of agriculture, climate change Texas A&M AgriLife’s Nithya Rajan, Ph.D., was on the list when the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, EPA, announced the appointment of 20 members to the Farm, Ranch, and Rural Communities Federal Advisory Committee, FRRCC. The FRRCC provides independent policy advice, information... Read More → The post Rajan selected to EPA agricultural environmental issues committee appeared first on AgriLife Today.
End-of-year opportunity to earn continuing education units online or in-person The Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service will offer the Texas A&M AgriLife Winter CEU Program on Dec. 16 in San Antonio. The program will be held from 8 a.m.-3 p.m. at San Antonio Botanical Gardens, 3310 N. New Braunfels Ave. There is also an online... Read More → The post Pest management continuing education program set Dec. 16 in San Antonio appeared first on AgriLife Today.
Second, third grade students experience field trip through W.G. Jones State Forest Students from the Houston area got a chance to explore the forest in November during Texas A&M Forest Service’s “Classroom Without Walls” program at the W.G. Jones State Forest in Conroe. The program serves more than 400 second and third graders each year,... Read More → The post ‘Classroom Without Walls’ introduces students to forest experience appeared first on AgriLife Today.