The Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service is a statewide educational agency with a location in Fort Bend County that promotes individual discovery through educational activities that are research-based, designed to meet the needs of Texans, and guided by the principle of “helping people to help themselves.”
Where natural resource conservation and applied research meet. At the Texas A&M Natural Resources Institute, our work improves the conservation and management of natural resources through interdisciplinary and applied research.
Fishing's Future Mission
- Reconnect youth to family and strengthen family relationships.
- Reconnect families to nature.
- Teach environmental stewardship and increase awareness for the protection, conservation and restoration of our nation's aquatic natural resources.
- Increase participation in recreational angling.
To manage and conserve the natural and cultural resources of Texas and to provide hunting, fishing and outdoor recreation opportunities for the use and enjoyment of present and future generations.
The Conservation Legacy lineup of programs empower and educate Texans with knowledge of fundamental, science-based ecological principles, foster a connection to the land, and facilitate natural resource literacy by creating tangible relationships with the outdoors. The programs involved serve as a catalyst for conservation partnerships and active habitat management. TWA’s Conservation Legacy programs immerse both youth and adults in the marvels of natural Texas from the classroom to the pasture, using land as the guide.
WHF (formerly Wildlife Habitat Federation) provides on-the-ground restoration, management and generational sustainability of prairie habitat for the conservation of soil, water, air and wildlife.