Liberty County

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Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service of Liberty County, offers practical, how-to education based on university research to help your quality of life. We have relevant outreach and diverse educational programs that are here to serve your needs.

You may read about us in the newspaper or hear us on the radio.  We are available for you, so come in or call us today to attend an Extension workshop or get more information on additional programing.

Meet the different program areas within Liberty County AgriLife Extension:

Agricultural and Natural Resources is vital part of the economy for farm and ranch based businesses.  We assist with Land owner education based on your issues and have programs including: Pasture & Grazing Management, Livestock & Crop Production Systems, New Landowner Education and Pesticide Training & Licensing.

4-H is a youth development community of more than 6 million young people across America learning leadership, citizenship and life skills.

Family and Consumer Science or FCS offer programs to help your family raising children, housing and Environment, eating well, managing money and all around staying healthy. FCS also offers Better Living for Texans (BLT) programming and is part of the Food Stamp Nutrition Education program.

Master Gardeners Volunteer Hotline is open for your lawn and garden planting needs.  It’s just one more way to help out the citizens of Liberty County. Call (936) 334-3230 for any of your Horticulture needs.

Who We Serve?

Liberty County is home to some of the kindest, friendliest, hardest working folks anywhere. Something is always happening here in Liberty County.  Our proximity to Houston, lower cost of living, great schools, strong    economy, and the world-class hospitality of communities like Cleveland, Liberty, and Dayton make Liberty County a wonderful place to raise a family or locate a business.

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Visit our offices located at 501 Palmer Avenue, in Liberty, Texas.  We are located just south of Hwy 90, under the water tower.