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Wildlife Management Activities Tag

From the Plateau Land & Wildlife Management Team The first half of the year seems to have flown by and another hot, Texas summer is upon us. This spring has been wetter than usual allowing the flora and fauna to thrive. With all of the wildflowers...

From the Plateau Land & Wildlife Management Team Summer is right around the corner, and though the rain has been kind this spring, we must prepare ourselves for the heat and remember how rising temperatures can affect our land and the life on it. In this...

From the Plateau Land & Wildlife Management Team Spring is upon us! And with it, a great Seasons and opportunity to begin considering the conservation of your property. Wildlife Management is a great tool to preserve and protect the native wildlife on your property. In this...

From the Plateau Land & Wildlife Management Team Property tax season is upon us! With the April 30th deadline approaching fast, now is the time to either make the switch to Wildlife Management or be compiling documentation of your activities. In this issue of Seasons, you'll...

Plateau Service Agreements: Lighten Your Load In previous posts, we discussed what wildlife management service agreements are and two of the three most popular agreement options landowners typically fit into – the Hands-Free (full compliance) and Work Share (split work) options. The final and simplest service agreement...

As seen in Texas Wildlife Association Magazine, June 2019   Small-acreage wildlife management is becoming more common every day, especially with the rapidly growing nature of the Texas population, which is expected to reach 45 million by the year 2050. As more and more people move to...

Plateau Service Agreements: Work Share (See parts one here & two here) While the Plateau “hands-free” service agreement is our most well-known service agreement option, we know it doesn’t fit the needs of every landowner, which is why we offer additional options including the “work share” service...

As seen in Texas Land Conservancy Newsletter.   You have likely heard a lot about the importance of pollinators in the last few years. Concerns about declines in pollinator health are not new, but they received official attention with a Presidential Memorandum to create a federal strategy...