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Welcome to Williamson County Extension Service!

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From left to right:  Melissa Veliz, BLT; Carol Guthrie, Ag Secretary/County Liaison; Brooke Boyd, 4H- Program Assitant; Fred Hall, CEA-Ag/NR; Kaitlyne Davis, CEA-4H; Angela Dismukes,4-H Secretary; Chelsea Stevens, CEA-FCS; Pam Ward, FCS Secretary

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AgriLife Today

  • AgriLife Extension educational meetings set during Wichita Falls Ranch and Farm Expo
    Jan 29AgriLife Extension educational meetings set during Wichita Falls Ranch and Farm Expo

    Writer: Kay Ledbetter, 806-677-5608, skledbetter@ag.tamu.edu Contact: David Graf, 940-716-8610, cdgraf@ag.tamu.edu WICHITA FALLS – The Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service will provide two days of educational meetings during the Wichita Falls Ranch and Farm Expo March 4-5 in the J.S. Bridwell Ag Center, 111 N. Burnett St. in Wichita Falls. Educational activities each day will provide […]

  • Organizers say becoming a Master Gardener can be a life-changer
    Jan 29Organizers say becoming a Master Gardener can be a life-changer

    February training classes set for Hidalgo, Cameron counties EDINBURG —  The registration deadlines to become a Master Gardener this year are Feb. 12 in Hidalgo County and Feb. 23 in Cameron County. But for those who register, it’s more than an opportunity to learn about gardening; it can be a life changer, according to organizers. […]

  • AgriLife Extension in Travis County to present landscape series on dealing with drought
    Jan 28AgriLife Extension in Travis County to present landscape series on dealing with drought

    AUSTIN — Now is the time to learn about ways to help landscapes and gardens perform in the hot, dry summer months that lie ahead while conserving, preserving and protecting water resources, said Daphne Richards, Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service horticulturist for Travis County. “Even though it’s still winter, the well-prepared gardener should be thinking […]

  • Texas crop, weather for Jan. 27, 2015
    Jan 27Texas crop, weather for Jan. 27, 2015

    Rains improve pasture, wheat outlook, but bring soggy fields Writer: Robert Burns, 903-834-6191, rd-burns@tamu.edu COLLEGE STATION – All of the state received moisture in one form or another during the last week, which generally benefited forages and crops, but slowed fieldwork, according to reports from Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service personnel. Parts of the Central, […]