Farmers & Ranchers Resource List
It is our hope that this resource list will assist your efforts in learning more about agricultural production and management in our area of Texas.
If you need additional information or would like to discuss any of this subject matter, feel free to contact us. Texas A&M AgriLife Extension, Walker County office is open Monday through Friday, 8:00 AM until 12:00 Noon, and 1:00 PM until 5:00 PM. Our phone number is (936)435-2426. (or) email@example.com
The following resource material is a general listing of items which can assist your decision making abilities within the subject areas of your interest. As you will see by the list, our information covers a wide range of information which you will be able to access as needed.
You are encouraged and welcome to contact us as you need assistance or information.
General Agricultural Resources:
Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service ( State Web Site ) Information is available from Texas A&M AgriLife Extension on the following areas. This site will contain information regarding publications, contacts, online classes, state, regional and local classes workshops, field tours and other events.
- Agriculture & Natural Resources
- Family & Consumer Sciences
- 4-H & Youth Development
- Community Development
*Are you looking for an Extension publication on your topic of interest? If so, take a look at the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Bookstore online. Browse the bookstore or search by topic of interest. There are many free downloadable items and a few for sale only publication resources.
Rangeland, Pastures, Weed & Brush Control Information Resources
Forest Land Resources
Aquatics & Wildlife Resources
Agricultural Safety & Emergency Resources
Emergency & Disaster Information:
Texas Help: The Texas Extension Disaster Education Network (EDEN) Your source for drought, wildfire, hurricane, influenza, and disaster recovery information.
Walker County Animal Issues Committee – (936) 435-2426 Extension Office
(936) 435-2400 Sheriffs Office
Texas Forest Service Fire Danger Advisory Maps
Urban Wildland Interface (fire prevention information)
Aggie Horticulture If you can grow it in your Texas yard, landscape, garden, or orchard the info is here.