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Retired Texas A&M Forest Service Chief of Fire Operations and Incident Response Department Head Paul Hannemann earns prestigious award at National Assn. of State Foresters Annual Meeting in Baton Rouge, Louisiana

Texas A&M Forest Service says 85% of state is experiencing some level of drought, including 57.6 million acres of state’s 60 million acres of forestland

Unprecedented heat, drought pushing Southern US fire danger to extremes; in Texas, 4,279 wildfires have burned 165,837 acres since Jan. 1: Texas A&M Forest Service

Texas A&M Forest Service is accepting applications for more than US$500,000 in grant funds available to eligible landowners conducting prescribed burns using certified and insured prescribed burn managers

Texas A&M Forest Service conducts survey of health of baldcypress trees along Guadalupe River after decrease in water levels over four years; findings suggest the resilient trees should survive a dewater on Lakes McQueeney and Placid for dam rebuild

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