10 hours agoby CTXWoodlandsHappy 49th Earth Day!⠀ ⠀ Check out this food for thought story on paper vs plastic bags - key is
6 days agoby CTXWoodlandsDon't forget - we are still in the thick of oak wilt season so hold off on pruning your oaks
2 weeks agoby CTXWoodlandsJacob's Well is a karst spring that is a popular swimming hole with its clear, cold water. It is located
1 week agoby CTXWoodlandsThe Horsetail group got their name because they resemble a horse's tail. ⠀ They are sometimes called a living fossil
4 days agoby CTXWoodlandsRecently, 23 new Texas A&M Forest Service employees attended the inaugural TFS 101 program to introduce all new employees to
Welcome to Texas Oak Wilt
The Texas Oak Wilt Partnership is a collaborative project between the Texas A&M Forest Service and the Forest Health Protection branch of the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Forest Service with the goals of delivering oak wilt education to the general public, facilitate communication among private and public stakeholders who have a vested interest in oak wilt, and provide a venue for sharing information about oak wilt identification, management, and research.