- Texas A&M AgriLife Extension – District 11
- Texas Animal Health Commission
- Texas 4-H
- Quality Counts
- Colorado County Ag Manual – May 2012
- Forage Fax
The mission ofÂ Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service is to improve the lives of people, businesses, and communities across Texas and beyond through high quality, relevant education.Â Â We hope that you will find our services beneficial if you want to learn more about agriculture and natural resources, family and consumer science, and/or 4-H and youth development.Â County Extension Agents are available in Colorado County with expertise in these program areas to assist you.
Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service utilizes local program area committees to gain knowledge of issues or challenges facing residents of Colorado County.Â Â Volunteer members of these committees help county agents identify, plan, implement, and evaluate educational programs for the residents of Colorado County.Â Master volunteers are also being trained by Extension as Master Naturalists and Master Gardeners offering the opportunity for these volunteers to receive more intense training.Â Once certified, these master volunteers are able to offer their expertise to clientele.Â Many different volunteer opportunities are always available through Extension.Â Program area committees, Extension Education Clubs, Master Volunteer Programs, and 4-H Clubs are always in need of new volunteers.
Please contact the Colorado County office of Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service if we can be of assistance to you.