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  • Texas A&M Forest Service
    Texas Fuel Mitigation Vendors Certified Arborists Certified Oak Wilt Vendors Veterans Benefits TFS STAFF TFS Rules Procedures T OP STORY Texas Tree Conference honors tree lovers October 6 2014 WACO Texas Hundreds gathered in Waco this week to celebrate the accomplishments of those who have dedicated their talents to spreading a leafy green canopy over Texas The Texas Community Forestry and Tree Care Awards are held during the annual Texas Tree Conference an educational and networking opportunity for people interested in trees in the state of Texas The conference hosts around 850 tree enthusiasts who want to learn more and stay up to date with trees and tree care The awards program is an opportunity to recognize those individuals or groups who have gone above and beyond and are really showing people through their actions what we need to do to care for our trees forests and woodlands Paul Johnson the urban and community forestry coordinator for the Texas A M Forest Service said I have been blown away by all of the great work in arboriculture and urban forestry in the state and I consider it a privilege to honor those in the field Johnson said The awards are

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  • Texas A&M Forest Service
    to forestry within the jurisdiction of the state In 2012 the agency s name was changed to Texas A M Forest Service Texas A M Forest Service employs more than 375 employees in offices across the state TEXAS A M FOREST SERVICE HEADQUARTERS College Station FOREST RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT Central West Texas Operations Austin Granbury Hamilton Idalou Johnson City La Grange San Antonio East Texas Operations Northern East Texas Regional Office Longview Northern East Texas District Offices Carthage Gilmer Henderson Linden Marshall New Boston Pittsburg Central East Texas Regional Office Nacogdoches Central East Texas Offices Crockett Hudson Jacksonville Nacogdoches Palestine San Augustine Southern East Texas Regional Office Huntsville Southern East Texas District Offices Conroe Huntsville Jasper Livingston Olive Forest Health Austin College Station Longview Lufkin Tree Improvement Western Gulf Forest Tree Improvement Program College Station Jacksonville Magnolia Springs Sustainable Forestry Farm Bill Federal Liaison Temple Forest Economics and Resource Analysis College Station Lufkin Forest Inventory Analysis Alpine Carthage College Station Corpus Christi Granbury Kerrville Kirbyville La Grange Longview Lufkin Geospatial Services Forest Legacy College Station Silvicultural Program Overton Stewardship Lufkin Urban Forestry Austin Canyon Dallas El Paso Fort Worth Houston San Antonio Weslaco Water Resources Ecosystem Services Houston Lufkin Temple Wood Utilization Marketing Lufkin State Forests There are five state forests that are managed and used for demonstrating and researching forestry practices E O Siecke in Newton County W Goodrich Jones in Montgomery County I D Fairchild in Cherokee County John Henry Kirby in Tyler County and Paul N Masterson Memorial Forest in Jasper County FOREST RESOURCE PROTECTION Capacity Building College Station Lufkin Facilities Maintenance Lufkin Fire Administration Lufkin Incident Response Regional Forest Resource Protection Abilene Merkel Alpine Beeville Canyon Childress College Station Conroe Edinburg Fort Stockton Fredericksburg Granbury Greenville Henderson Hudson Humble Killeen La Grange Livingston Lubbock Lufkin McGregor Midland

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  • Texas A&M Forest Service
    Year Don Gardner Don Gardner was selected for 2014 Arborist of the Year because of his long service to his clients community and the state of Texas as a professional in the field of tree care Gardner s love for and commitment to trees is shown in his service to his clients his time on the radio and through his ongoing support of local non profit organizations He is a consulting arborist with vast knowledge excellent communication skills and a heart of gold The Gold Leaf Award Landscape Improvement San Antonio River Authority The San Antonio River Authority SARA and their San Antonio River Improvement Project has proven to be more than an environmental restoration project SARA has made significant contributions to reconnect the river and the community increase ecological services increase public use and maintain flood protection for local properties This project is restoring a strong connection between people water wildlife and trees for years to come Arboricultural Project of the Year City of Austin The Tree Court Improvement Project at Barton Springs is a great example of arboriculture in action Part of the major renovation of the springs included revitalizing the tree court by the main entrance where the health of the heritage pecans growing there was a primary concern A plan was put into action to care for the trees immediate needs during the renovation and secure their health long term The plan included alleviating the existing soil compaction enhancing the soil with compost expanding planting areas and creating an elevated walkway that appears to be at ground level The walkway was placed on piers to minimize disruption of the critical root zone of the trees and will minimize tree roots disturbing the walkway in the future Outstanding Arbor Day Activities Keep Denton Beautiful Denton s official

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  • Texas A&M Forest Service
    an Equal Opportunity Affirmative Action Veterans Disability Employer committed to excellence through diversity The Texas A M Forest Service provides equal opportunities in programs education and employment without regard to race color sex religion national origin age disability genetic information or veteran status In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act any requests for reasonable accommodation needed during the application process should be communicated by the applicant to the AgriLife

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  • Texas A&M Forest Service
    Forest Service CHOOSE HOW TO SEARCH FOR YOUR TFS CONTACT Welcome to TFS Contact Us Report Arson or Timber Theft 1 800 364 3470 We offer many ways to search for TFS Contacts Simply choose from the search options below You can search by County Program Questions Feedback Employee Organizational Unit TFS Locations Persons with hearing or speech disabilities are invited to contact Texas A M Forest Service using the

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  • Texas A&M Forest Service
    Wildfires Prevent and Report Timber Theft Protect from Insects and Diseases Reforest Your Land Transfer Land to Heirs DIVISIONS Director s Office Finance Administration Fire Emergency Response Forestry TOOLS Ask the Experts Landowner Survey Forest Management Information Sheets Directory of Forest Products Industries in Texas Timberland Decision Simulator Texas A M Forest Service Texans Keeping Forests in Forests Texas Forest Info Fire and Emergency Response Central West TX Landowner Assistance

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  • Texas A&M Forest Service
    s Office Finance Administration Fire Emergency Response Forestry Search Texas A M Forest Service WEB SEARCH Printer Friendly Back Loading Emergency Prep Risk Fraud Misconduct Hotline State of Texas Accessibility Site Policies Public Notices Open Records Statutory Reports State Linking

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  • Texas A&M Forest Service
    Gulf Forest Tree Improvement Program Tree Improvement Arbor Day Tree City USA Tree Ordinance Tutorial Community Forestry Awards Community Inventory Reports Homeowner Information Urban Forestry Best Management Practices Forests and Water Blog Water Resource Wood Technology DIVISIONS Director s Office Finance Administration Fire Emergency Response Forestry TOOLS Big Tree Registry Directory of Forest Products Industries in Texas Famous Trees of Texas East Texas Forestry Vendors Professional Management Services List Residential Tree Planting Guide Texas Forest Sector Economic Impact Timber Price Trends Timberland Decision Simulator Forest Resource Development and Sustainable Forestry Forest Resource Development staff work with forest landowners to actively manage forests trees and related natural resources thus ensuring the state s forest lands remain productive and healthy not only for the environment but for generations of Texans to come Forest Resource Development programs address the improvement of trees through forest genetics reforestation of the land stewardship practices to ensure responsibly managed land for future generations forestry practices in urban settings forest pest and disease control tree nursery operations and striving to maintain land and resource use at a sustainable level Sustainable forestry allows for meeting the resource needs of the present without compromising the needs of the future Texas

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