U.S. Department of Agriculture grants will fund feral hog control and eradication programs in Arkansas, Texas and eight other states.
The Sentinel Landscapes Partnership is proud to introduce an Interactive Landowner Resources Tool as part of the newly designed website to make it easier for private landowners to find voluntary state and federal landowner assistance programs.
On Nov. 14 at Sul Ross State University-Alpine, the Texas Agricultural Land Trust (TALT) and the Borderlands Research Institute (BRI) hosted a landowner workshop to address issues related to burgeoning energy development in West Texas.
USDA — The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) announced today it is awarding more than $1.4 million to fund three pilot projects to control feral swine in Texas.
Congratulations to NRI's Melissa Meierhofer, the latest recipient of the 2019 Vice Chancellor's Award in Excellence for Graduate Student Research.
Defense One — As the House and Senate work to complete the DoD Appropriations and the National Defense Authorization Act, they need to prioritize resilience efforts not only at military installations but the communities that surround them.
The November Reversing the Quail Decline newsletter is here! Learn about the latest quail resources, the opening of quail season and more! If this hasn't landed in your inbox yet, sign up!
Whether you refer to them as feral hogs or wild pigs, Sus scrofa is a species that negatively is impacting nearly every part of Texas.
Not only do wild pigs wreak havoc on pastures, fields and golf courses alike, they contaminate our water sources and destroy native species.