Rangeland Monitoring Techniques for Livestock and Wildlife

Howdy, I’m Megan Clayton with Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service. Approximately 95% of Texas is privately owned, and these lands are managed by owners with different operations and goals. For both livestock and wildlife managers, the major focus of their operation should be the condition and health of their plant communities. Productivity of the plant […]

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A visual representation of how much rain Texas is getting

IN TEXAS… THE TOTAL AMOUNT OF RAIN IS JUST DAUNTING MORE THAN á40 INCHESá HAS FALLEN IN MANY AREAS.AND THERE IS MORE TO COME.TONIGHT… PUTS THE HISTORICAL DELUGE INTO PERSPECTIVE… 3 THE HURRICANE OF 1938 CAUSED CATASTROPHIC FLOODING AFTER 7 INCHES OF RAIN FELL DURING THE STORM. HURRICANE DIANE IN 1955 KILLED 77 PEOPLE AFTER […]

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THE AMAZING JOURNEY OF A WIND TURBINE FROM THE US TO MEXICO | ACCIONA

The journey of a wind turbine from the US to México The journey begins at the port of Brownsville (Texas). The journey begins at the port of Brownsville (Texas). The journey begins at the port of Brownsville (Texas). The journey begins at the port of Brownsville (Texas). The journey begins at the port of Brownsville […]

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Wind Energy & Wildlife Pt. 1 – Texas Parks and Wildlife [Official]

[Music]>>TEXAS IS THE WILD WEST WHEN IT COMES TO WIND ENERGY. WITH LITTLE REGULATORY OVERSIGHT, AND WITH AMPLE STATE AND FEDERAL SUPPORT, THIS NEW FRONTIER HAS QUICKLY SPREAD ACROSS PARTS OF THE STATE. FROM THE PANHANDLE ALL THE WAY DOWN TO THE SOUTHERN COAST, TEXAS NOW LEADS THE COUNTRY IN WIND ENERGY PRODUCTION.>>IT DOESN’T USE […]

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Change Is In The Air: Wind Energy’s Popularity Grows In Texas | NBC Nightly News

UNEXPECTED PLACE, NBC TAKES US TO THE DEEP RED STATE THAT IS TAKES US TO THE DEEP RED STATE THAT IS REAPING THE BENEFITS. RED STATE THAT IS REAPING THE BENEFITS.>>Reporter: IN REAPING THE BENEFITS.>>Reporter: IN ROSCOE, A SMALL TOWN>>Reporter: IN ROSCOE, A SMALL TOWN 200 MILES WEST OF ROSCOE, A SMALL TOWN 200 MILES […]

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