The Corpus Christi Extension Rangeland Habitat Management program supports landowners and land managers in the Coastal Bend and South Texas to promote healthy soils and vegetation according to land goals for livestock and/or wildlife.
Stacy L. Hines, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor and Extension Rangeland Habitat Management Specialist
Department of Rangeland, Wildlife, and Fisheries Management
Check out RangeDecisions, our Rangeland Management Decision Tool designed to help streamline solutions for your range management needs.
TX Triple-P: Plant Phenology Project
Our Texas Triple-P (Plant Phenology Project) aims to develop new technology and resources over the next several years to educate all Texans about rangeland plants and management. The new technology and educational resources are unique because they all provide the key identifying characteristics of plants and the most common look-a-like plants in Texas, which is needed to accurately identify the plant. Accurate plant identification is necessary for sustainable rangeland management because different plants provide different resources and value to the rangeland and may require different management treatments. The TX Triple-P products and deliverables will provide the needed educational resources so that all Texans, from the young to the more seasoned Texan, will have the knowledge and skills to keep Texas Rangelands sustainable.
To learn more about how you can become a sponsor of this pioneering educational initiative, please visit TX Triple-P.
Neighborhood Plants Video Series
Neighborhood Plants brings the rangelands to our neighbors! This video series helps you explore the diversity of Texas plants from your own “backyard”. Check back each month to see what’s in bloom!