Natural Resources Conservation Service provides leadership in a partnership effort to help people conserve, maintain and improve our natural resources and environment.
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or ranch name
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Texas Agritourism Law
Dandy Kothmann, Kimble County NRCS District Conservationist, accepts the first Texas Earth Team Volunteer Group of the Year Award at the 78th Annual Meeting of the SWCD District Directors in Ft. Worth. . Read more . . .
A must-have for every landowner, gardener or plant-person
RANGE PLANT ID BOOK
96% of plants in the book grow in our area
345 glossy pages, 9 1/2" x 11" size
Full color photos, large easy-to-read print
$25 OR MORE DONATION
Photo by Wanda Blackburn
INCLUDING SHRUBS/PERENNIAL FLOWERS/GRASSES
Since 1947, the District has been providing assistance to local landowners to develop and implement
conservation plans of operation in order to better manage and conserve their land and its natural resources.
We sell native and other grass seeds, forbs and wildflowers
BUSY AS A BEE!
· Native and other grass seeds, wildlife planting mixes, forbs and wildflowers. We sell seed at
competitive prices and our NRCS partners can provide technical expertise and information for all
types of seeding.
· Information regarding scholarships and tuitions available for youth range and wildlife workshops
and teacher conservation workshops.
· Conservation planning for your individual property and information on federal programs
administered by the USDA-Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS).
· Direct contact with the Upper Llanos Prescribed Burn Association.
· Information and links for our other conservation partners and sponsors.
By joining together, we can make a greater impact on important conservation issues and training of
future generations. We support and partner with:
The Association of Texas SWCDs (ATSWCD)
Sideoats Grama, the State Grass of Texas, is found in abundance across pastures where conservation practices have been applied. Even with proper management the land sometimes needs a “helping hand”, including reseeding of native plant species.
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ULSWCD has a long history of awarding scholarships for teachers and youth to attend workshops which offer training in all phases of rangeland ecology, natural resource management and leadership skills.
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Landowners look to NRCS for technical assistance and guidance for improvement in range health, agricultural production and wildlife habitat. Alfredo Muñoz, (above) performs forage inventories to determine re-stocking rates.
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Natural Resources Conservation Service
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