Oct 24, 2017 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Kerr Wildlife Management Area, 2625 FM 1340, Hunt, TX 78024

The Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service’s V.G. Young Institute of County Government is hosting a Wildlife Appraisal Practices for Property Tax Professionals seminar Oct. 24 at the Kerr Wildlife Management Area in Hunt, Texas.

Brian Hays, Texas A&M Natural Resources Institute program director, will speak on the “Value of Open Space-Public Benefit of Private Working Lands.” This discussion will focus on land-use trends across Texas.

Staff from AgriLife Extension, Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Natural Resources Conservation Service, Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts and Kerr Wildlife Management Area will provide in-depth training and resources relating to agricultural tax appraisal based on wildlife management.

Attendees will increase their knowledge related to wildlife management plans and practices and gain a deeper understanding of what these practices look like in the field. Each conference attendee will receive a resource notebook and proceedings.

Registration is $125 and participants may register online. For more information, contact Chrystal Checketts at 979-845-4572 or vgyi@ag.tamu.edu.


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