Tag Archives: #Texas

Coffee, Corn, and Crape Myrtles

Join your Collin County Extension Agents Brad Voss (Horticulture)& Chase Brooke (Agriculture & Natural Resources) for a casual breakfast sponsored by D&L Farm and Home. Visit and ask questions about your garden, lawn, farm or ranch while enjoying a free bagel and coffee before going to your office. Read More →

2021 Landowner 101 Workshop Series – Session 2

Join us for our annual Landowner 101 workshop – covering all the basics you need to know to manage your land and get started in agriculture. About this Event Are you a new landowner and looking for information about managing your land?   Since 2018, the Landowner 101 Workshop series has been our flagship program targeted towards engaging with new landowners and providing an approachable introduction to the many components of land management. Started in McKinney, TX, this workshop series has grown to engaging and partnering with landowners… Read More →

Building & Burning Brush Piles Demonstration

Join us as we discuss how to safely build and burn brush piles on your property. About this Event Brush and debris piles are common sights on properties across Texas. These piles can be a valuable source of shelter and habitat for a number of wildlife and game species, though if improperly built can pose a fire risk. In this demonstration, we will go over how to properly build a brush pile, and review the ways to safely plan and burn them. A live burning demonstration will be… Read More →

Coffee, Corn, & Crepe Myrtles Breakfast

Join us for free coffee and to visit with your County Extension Agents about your home, land, or other questions. About this Event The transition from winter to spring always brings a slew of changes to our properties. Whether it’s the lawn, garden, pasture, or pond, springtime is a common time to get everything started on the right foot. Join us on the morning of March 11th at Benny’s Bagels in McKinney to visit with our County Extension Agents, Chase Brooke (Agriculture/Natural Resources) and Brad Voss ( Horticulture)… Read More →