Addie Smith

Project Specialist

Addie Smith is a geospatial analyst and program coordinator at the Texas A&M Natural Resources Institute. Using geospatial data, she examines new patterns and identifies trends to provide key information for complex Texas natural resource challenges through the power of a “good map.”

She joined the institute as a student technician in 2012 and received a Bachelor of Science in wildlife and fisheries sciences in 2014 from Texas A&M University. In 2016, she received a Master of Science in wildlife and fisheries science from Texas A&M under a graduate fellowship from Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service. Throughout her time at the institute, her work and research has focused on Texas Land Trends, a program that informs Texans about the status of our state’s privately owned working lands.

As a native Texan, Addie enjoys spending her free time outdoors with her family and bird dog, Birdie.


For geospatial projects, reach out to the Geospatial Analysis Team at