Forrest Cobb

Research Assistant

forrest.cobb@ag.tamu.edu (210) 277-0292 x 107

Forrest Cobb is a research assistant at the Texas A&M Natural Resources Institute. He supports environmental and natural resource programs that conduct research and provide guidance for stewardship of privately and federally managed lands in Texas.

Forrest enjoys working to facilitate environmental and natural resources conservation for a wide variety of stakeholders. He has worked collaboratively with landowners, private industry and academia as well as state, federal and municipal governments to accomplish the institute’s goals.

He has been instrumental in conducting research as diverse as air emissions monitoring at oil and gas sites, drought tolerances of Central Texas ornamental plant species and invasive grass species distributions in South Texas.

A native of San Antonio, Forrest is especially committed to promoting environmental and natural resource stewardship in the Central and South Texas regions. In his free time he enjoys walking and biking along the San Antonio Riverwalk’s Mission Reach.

Forrest joined the institute as a student worker before earning his bachelor’s degree from Texas A&M-San Antonio in 2015.