Next Board Meeting:
Scheduled Thursday, September 13th @ 10:00am
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The best time to plant a tree was 20 years ago. The next best time is now!
This year the Youth Range Workshop was held June 17-22 at the Texas Tech University Campus in Junction, TX. Participants gain useful knowledge and skills in the areas of ecology, inventory practices, management and evaluation of resources. Experts from across … Continue reading
http://ee.usatoday.com/eMag/?href=USAM/2018/03/22 We are proud to share with you this year’s USA TODAY U.S. Department of Agriculture!
The Kerr County Soil and Water Conservation District is proud to recognize the Kerr Wildlife Management Area (TPWD) as their Friend of Conservation for 2017! The Kerr WMA sits along the headwaters of the Guadalupe River in western Kerr county. … Continue reading
It’s that time of year again! Time to plant trees! The best time to plant trees is in the fall/winter when trees are dormant. This allows the trees to establish their root system in time to start new growth in the … Continue reading
This is your chance as a resident of Kerr County to give input to your local Natural Resource Conservation Service (NRCS) on resource concerns for your area! Also, you’ll have the opportunity to view common plants in our county or … Continue reading
The Kerr County SWCD’s 2013 Calendar is here! Along with the 2012 Annual Report and those rainfall totals everyone likes so much! Come by the office to grab yours today! A BIG THANKS TO OUR CALENDAR SPONSORS! Arms Bait Co. … Continue reading
We had a great Field Day in April at the Kerr WMA. We were full to the brim with registrants and had great weather! Lunch was cooked by Jack Clarke and we had many other sponsors we need to thank … Continue reading
The Upper Guadalupe River Authority has partnered with Texas Agrilife Extension Service, Kerr County and Headwaters GCD to bring a wildfire preparedness seminar to our area. Topics will include the current status of the drought, wildfire prevention and preparedness, local … Continue reading