Welcome to the Agriculture and Natural Resources program in Travis County.
Our Agriculture program emphasizes systems approaches that maintain and enhance agricultural profitability through the application of sound crop and animal production practices. We address issues associated with the social and environmental impacts of food safety and quality, surface and ground water contamination, biotechnology and natural resource management.
The Natural Resources program addresses educational needs related to the management, use and sustainability of renewable and nonrenewable natural resources. Drawing on a variety of disciplines, these programs typically focus on such topics as soil, water, air, plant and animal life, forests, rangeland, aquatic and other ecosystems. Read on to learn more about some of the programs, resources and opportunities available through the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service in Travis County. . .
Enhancing Travis County’s Environment
- Travis County Ag News Blog – SIGN UP HERE
- Grow Green Program
- The Urban Rancher
- Texas Rancher’s Guide
- AgriLife Water Education Network
- Travis County Youth Show
- Wildlife Management
- Texas Department of Agriculture
- USDA Coronavirus Food Assistance Program
- Farmers.gov by U.S. Department of Agriculture
- FARM (Financial & Risk Management) Assistance
- Texas AgrAbility
- Natural Resources Conservation Service: Texas Office
- Farm Service Agency: Texas Office
- Texas MarketMaker
- Texas Organic Farmers & Gardeners Association
- Central Texas Young Farmers Coalition
- Southern Sustainable Agriculture Research & Education (SARE)
- ATTRA – National Sustainable Agriculture Information Service
- Hydroponic Vegetable Production
- Texas Evapotranspiration (ET) Network
For questions relating to your farm, ranch, or other agricultural enterprise, please call our office at 512-854-9600.