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By Sarah Kahlich, AWB ®, Senior Wildlife Biologist & Registered Property Tax Consultant Around May 1st every year, central appraisal districts mail notices of appraised value to property owners. Often, the first thing a landowner notices is there is no value in the “Productivity Value of Ag/Timber Land” for the current year when there was the year before. This may cause increased heart rate and confusion to the person reading the notice. The most common first...

From the Plateau Land & Wildlife Management Team, There’s no doubt about it, spring is a time to get things done. While other seasons are ripe with reasons to put things off, spring signifies a clean, fresh start. The sun shines longer, the rains bring life to the plants that wilted away during the winter, and the young wildlife begins to flourish. In this issue of Seasons, you’ll find a checklist of activities perfect for springtime,...

Seasons Winter 2017

From the Plateau Land & Wildlife Management Team, Another great season is upon us and we’ve finally gotten a little taste of Winter to lift our spirits and put us in a jolly mood for the upcoming Holidays. This time of year is full of joy, celebration, and for most of us, spending time outdoors with family, friends, and wildlife. We’re happy to celebrate another year in review. It’s been a great year here at Plateau...

Seasons Fall 2017

From the Plateau Land & Wildlife Management Team, The fall season is upon us once again and just like that, it is time for another "Seasons" from all of us here at Plateau. Before we get into the contents of this issue we want to take moment to turn our thoughts to all of those impacted by Hurricane Harvey. Many of our clients and landowners who we know were affected in some way and we want...

From the Plateau Land & Wildlife Management Team, The year seems to be flying by and another hot Texas summer is upon us again. Although this spring has been fairly wet allowing the flora and fauna to thrive, we all know the dry season is now here. As we prepare ourselves for the heat and all the fun activities that may include, we must also remember how summer can affect our land. Now is the time...

Seasons Spring 2017

From the Plateau Land & Wildlife Management Team, Our clocks have sprung forward, the birds are singing, wildlife is coming out of hibernation and the plants are coming back to life. Spring is officially here. Although this winter has been rather warm, we would be lying if we said we weren’t excited for more sunlight, blooming greenery and all the little flutters of life that we enjoy so much during this time of year. This issue...