Fred Hepler will join S. James Rickert, AFM, ARA of Fall River Mills, Calif., president, and Merrill Swanson, ARA, of San Antonio, the new first vice president, on the leadership team of the organization that represents many of the nation’s farm managers and rural appraisers....More
According to the association, TPPA's underlying mission is to provide education through conferences and communication for all involved in production agriculture in Texas. Since the late 1980s the group has attracted plant professionals from science, education and industry to form a unique forum to address longstanding and new obstacles to productive crop production development....More
One key to the success of the conference, organizers say, lies in the program, which includes abstracts of presentations for each of the 24 conferences. Reading through those abstracts offers a historical timeline of agricultural advancements over the past quarter century and also provides a list of Who’s Who in U.S. agriculture—or in some cases, who was who....More
Twenty five years is perhaps a miniscule point in history, but it’s an important milestone for an organization that continues to evaluate and respond to the needs of Texas agriculture.
A testament of photos and the message they carry about the long running drought in Texas opens Monday, Oct. 28, and will remain in place at the Capital through Friday, Nov. 1, for public viewing....More
Approved conservation plan ensures the sustainability of lesser prairie chickens while allowing responsible economic development across the birds' range. The voluntary program recognizes private property rights and the role that landowners play in conserving habitat....More