The Brown County Office of the Texas AgriLife Extension provides effective, traditional educational programs and activities. They include livestock and forage production, 4-H club activities and health and family enrichment programs. Meeting the needs of the people is what Extension is all about. The following critical issues have been identified by the people of Brown County as having priority for Extension efforts:
- Education: Under 3/Parenting, Older Youth College/Career
- Land Use, Ag Production, Commerce Health, Quality of Life For Older Citizens
- Parent, Citizen Involvement in 4-H and the Community
Land Use: Over 470,000 acres are used for rangeland and pasture, beef cattle, forage production and hunting. There are three of the largest agricultural enterprises. New landowners are interested in livestock production, forage production, brush sculpting and natural resource management.
Involvement in 4-H/Community: The youth program is focused on providing opportunities for youth to develop leadership, responsibility and social skills. There are over 450 youth actively involved in numerous 4-H activities that help develop these skills, such as livestock, food and nutrition, photography and shooting sports projects.
School Enrichment Curriculum is used to enhance public school programs and learning experiences using the Hatching In The Classroom, Character Education and Natural Resource programs.
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Brown County Extension is not employed by or affiliated with the Land Conservation Assistance Network, and the Network does not certify or guarantee their services. The reader must perform their own due diligence and use their own judgment in the selection of any professional.
Contact Brown County Extension
605 Fisk Ave
Brownwood, Texas 76801-2840 Phone: