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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...

Seasons Winter 2016

From the Plateau Land & Wildlife Management Team, Happy Winter Solstice! While we can’t believe 2016 is about to wrap up, we’re certainly in the holiday spirit. There is plenty of joy and celebration to be had, and we’re happy to celebrate another great year; one of Plateau’s best, thanks to landowners like yourselves who continuously strive to be the best stewards of your land and trust Plateau in the process. We hope you all are able...

Seasons Fall 2016

From the Plateau Land & Wildlife Management Team, It’s hard to believe, but we’re nearly ¾ of the way through 2016. And although this Autumn Equinox hardly feels like autumn, we know cool weather is almost within reach. While this summer wasn’t as wet as last, and not as hot as most, we can all agree we’re ready for the crisp fall weather, changing leaves, and maybe for some, even the holiday season that’s right around...

Seasons Summer 2016

From the Plateau Land & Wildlife Management Team, While spring was kind with cool temperatures and plenty of rainfall, summer is here and leaving its mark with sunshine and heat. And although this summer is expected to be cooler and wetter than usual, we know it won’t be a true Texas summer without plenty of dry, hot days. As we prepare for the heat wave, we must keep in mind how summer can affect our land...

From the Plateau Land & Wildlife Management Team, Spring is here with its warmer and longer days, bright sunshine, singing birds, and plants awaking from their long winter slumber. While this was a bit of a mild winter and spring is already starting to feel a bit like summer, we are hoping spring showers will usher in all the little flutters of life that we enjoy so much. The spirit of spring is in this issue...