Click for Full Contact Information Click for Mission Statement Click for East Texas Pinecone Click for Texas Oak Tree Click for IMN Nursery Click for Etoile, Tx Fire
Texas Forest Service  The Texas A&M University System
 
What's New | Archives | FAQ's | Questions & Comments  
  Director's Office
  Education
  Finance & Administration
  Fire Protection
  Forest Management
  Incident Management Team
  Law Enforcement
  Sustainable Forestry
  Urban Forestry

  Landowner Links
  Forestry Professionals
  Burn Ban Information -
      TICC Center
  Texas State Gov't
  Statewide Search
  Homeland Security

  TFS Seedling Store
  Texas Big Tree Registry

  Report Fraud, Waste and Abuse

© Copyright 2002-2003 TFS
All Rights Reserved

 
 
Print Document

Texas Big Tree Registry


Contact: Pete Smith, psmith@tfs.tamu.edu
12/27/2002

Big trees are a part of our Texas heritage. The Texas Forest Service coordinates the Big Tree Registry program in Texas, and the purpose of the program is:

  • to locate and recognize the largest known species of its kind that grow in the state of Texas;

  • to obtain the cooperation of the tree owners to protect and preserve these specimens as landmarks for future generations to enjoy;

  • to stimulate interest in and a greater appreciation of trees -- their worth as an a natural resource and as individual specimens.


Additional Texas Big Tree Registry information:


For more information, please contact:

Pete Smith
Program coordinator
pds@tfs.tamu.edu
(979) 458-6650

 
Note:
To be able to view these documents you must have the FREE Adobe Acrobat Reader installed on your computer.

back to top
   
  Copyright | Disclaimer | Open Records | Linking | Compact with Texans | Privacy | Accessibility | All Public Notices