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Published on Feb 6, 2014
Through a well-organized network of program specialists, professional educators, and more than 100,000 volunteers, the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service addresses the diverse range of contemporary and emerging issues that affect the residents of Texas. With 250 county offices serving Texans in all 254 counties, we deliver custom-designed programs and services for our diverse urban and rural population. This delivery system provides valuable infrastructure for joint programs with hundreds of other organizations and government agencies.
By engaging with researchers, funding partners, collaborators, and volunteers, we make the most of our capacity to deliver lifelong learning opportunities to the people of Texas. Whether we are teaching programs face-to-face, giving demonstrations, conducting field days, creating Web-based resources, or answering questions one-on-one, we use our expertise, experience, and land-grant university resources to serve you. Although we face the challenges of the 21st century as a global society, AgriLife Extension knows that you, your family, and your community make up that society. We will continue reaching out to you with the programs and services you need, for a lifetime.