TWRI publishes 2020 Annual Report The Texas Water Resources Institute has published its latest Annual Report, focusing on accomplishments and project highlights during the 2020 pandemic. Read more.
Calling all landowners: A two-minute survey about longleaf pine To amplify our restoration impacts in East Texas, we developed a short survey to learn more about how we can best serve possible landowner partners. Read more.
Rio Grande farmers have a unique relationship with irrigation technology Researchers at the Texas Water Resources Institute recently completed a phase of research in the Rio Grande Coordinated Agriculture Project. The effort looked at area farmers’ use of scientific irrigation scheduling technology and what prevents some from adopting it. Read more.
Leopold Live! Chapter 2: Wildlife valuation 101 recap Leopold Live is back! We have officially premiered our first episode of Leopold Live!: Chapter 2 with our incredible partners at Selah, Bamberger Ranch Preserve, and we truly enjoyed connecting with you again as we embarked on this next part of this series. Read more.
Meet a scientist: Stephanie deVilleneuve Stephanie deVilleneuve is a water and soil scientist and research associate at Texas Water Resources Institute. Read more.
Private Land Stewardship Academies: Wildlife Management We're building a community of practice around land stewardship where you can click, open, explore, shuffle and share the content to save and use as you need it. We're excited to share the second of four collections with you—on deck: Wildlife Management. Read more.
Upcoming riparian and stream ecosystem trainings in September Read more.
ALRI celebrates landmark year with 2020 Range-wide Accomplishment Report Read more.
In case you missed it: Texas Water Development Board adopts 2022 State Water Plan Read more.
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As a project specialist for the Texas A&M Natural Resources Institute, Brittany builds strategies and works with our Institute partners to grow recognition for our research and products while building on fundamental Insti…