Rangeland, Wildlife and Fisheries Management Extension
As part of Texas A&M University’s land-grant heritage, our department provides an Extension unit to serve constituents statewide. Our Extension Specialists, Program Specialists and Staff disseminate research-based applied science associated with management aspects of rangelands wildlife and fisheries to landowners, managers, industry professionals, state and federal agencies, and policy makers. These specialists are dedicated to identifying, solving and communicating solutions for natural resources management problems affecting Texans. The reputation and reach of our Extension program has broad impacts across the state, our nation and the world.
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Our Extension faculty are at the forefront of helping landowner communities understand the latest science-based natural resource management techniques and practices that will impact them directly.
ERM-1466: Chemical Weed and Brush Control Reference Guide for Rangelands
The Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service herbicide use committee documents past and current research related to the effectiveness of herbicides on potentially unwanted weed and brush species. These assessments are compiled in ERM-1466: Chemical Weed and Brush Control Reference Guide for Rangelands, which is often referred to as ERM-1466 or the 1466.
Outreach Efforts and Flagship Programs
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On AgriLife Today, the online archive for Texas A&M AgriLife and the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, we provide news relating new and innovative research, academic programs, student experience, and Extension programming and outreach. We share news to improve lives, environments, scientific rigor and the Texas Economy. Read more department news on AgriLife Today.
Webinar on white-tailed deer management set for Oct. 5
The Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service will present the webinar “White-tailed Deer Management” on Oct. 5 from noon to 1 p.m.
The webinar is part of the ongoing Texas A&M College of Agriculture and Life Sciences Department of Rangeland, Wildlife and Fisheries Management Stewardship Webinar Series.
The cost is $35, and advance registration is required
Texas A&M AgriLife collaboration seeks to help restore native landscape
From agricultural conversion and invasive species to rapid urban development, America’s native grasslands face no shortage of challenges. The Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service, in partnership with the Texas Native Seeds Program, is working to address those challenges through a 100% online, self-led Native Seeding Certification course.
Research and Extension Centers
Our centers conduct innovative research to contribute information relating to key agribusiness market issues.
- Center for Grazinglands and Ranch management
- Center for Natural Resource Technology (CNRIT)
- Rangeland Decision-Support Laboratory (RSDL)
- Grazingland Animal Nutrition Laboratory (GAN Lab)
- Texas AgriLife Extension Service Aquatic Diagnostics Laboratory
We develop top-tier educational content, materials, and multimedia including online courses and publications to help our stakeholders make informed decisions.