Learn Plan Act Texas provides access to information and services

Learn Plan Act Texas from the Texas Forestry Association, offers a network for landowners and information an resource for foresters.


Texas A&M Forest Service has opened the door to a new service for landowners. The Learn Plan Act Texas website was developed in partnership with the Southern Group of State Foresters and the Texas Forestry Association to aid landowners seeking information on keeping their woods healthy by providing easy access to educational materials and resources on land stewardship practices.

Via the new website, landowners can quickly view information and resources, as well as connect with fellow landowners. Another feature of the “Learn Plan Act” site is providing a search function to connect landowners with a professional forester to help plan and meet their goals.

“Learn Plan Act Texas fits our strategic goals of providing outreach and education to forest landowners so they can effectively manage their land to meet their objectives while sustaining it for future generations,” said Texas Forestry Association Senior Director Susan Stutts in helping Texas A&M Forest Service announce the new website Wednesday.

Wes Moorehead, Texas A&M Forest Service East Texas Operations Head added, “An engaged landowner leads to a healthy forest because they’re doing things to better the forest and make it more productive. We want landowners to engage and actively take care of their piece of Texas.

The Learn Act Plan Texas website is accessible via a homepage link at the Texas Forestry Association website, or at Learn Plan Act Texas.

Bird Forestry has been managing and marketing forest products for our clients for 40 years, and we understand the importance of your forestland assets. We can help you set and reach your forest and land management goals.



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