Texas A&M Forest Service Marking 100 YearsThe Texas A&M Forest Service will be marking its 100th anniversary with help from the George W. Bush Presidential Center in Dallas.
Cleburne Residents Receive Free Trees After 2013 TornadoMid-May marks one year since the town of Cleburne was pummeled by tornadoes, destroying over 1,500 homes, business and landscapes.
State Reports Rise In Timber TheftsThe Texas A&M Forest Service said that there has been a surge in reported timber thefts, with more than 20 cases reported all the way from the Red River to almost the Gulf Coast.
Texas Hopeful For Another Quiet Wildfire SeasonWildfires scorched about 6,200 square miles of Texas two years ago, draining the state's firefighting coffers and leaving emergency crews exhausted from months of battling massive blazes.
Texas Agency Seeks Millions More To Fight FiresThe Texas agency responsible for fighting wildfires has asked the state Legislature for an additional $27.2 million to add some 90 firefighters and buy equipment as it faces the threat of more devastating fires in the future.
Oncor Offering Customers Energy-Saving TreesFor Texans looking to save money on their monthly energy bills, Oncor is offering a simple solution: plant a tree.