Annual Cooper Farms Workshop is scheduled for April 8

  • Friday, April 08, 2016
  • 8:30 AM - 3:00 PM
  • SPJST Education and Nature Center at Cooper Farm

This workshop will be held at the SPJST Education and Nature Center at Cooper Farm.  It is designed for landowners interested in using wildlife management as a qualifying agricultural practice for property tax purposes.  Presentations will cover rules for qualifying for wildlife tax valuation and tips on writing the management plan, as well as management practices that are commonly used for qualification.  Presentations will take place indoors.

 

Rules for Qualifying for Agriculture/Wildlife Tax Appraisal

Bobby Eichler- TPWD District 7 Technical Guidance Biologist, La Grange

 

What is the Appraiser Looking For? Q&A

Appraisal District Panel

 

Managing for Birds and Other Non-game Species

Trey Barron- TPWD Biologist for Victoria, Refugio and Calhoun Counties

 

Restoring Grasslands for Butterflies, Bees, and Birds

Jon Hayes- TPWD Conservation Delivery Specialist

 

The Feral Hog in Texas

T.J. Muir- U.S.D.A Wildlife Services

 

Introduction to Herpetology

Laura Sherrod- TPWD Biologist for Lee and Fayette Counties

 

If you are interested in attending, please complete the registration form located HERE.  Forms must be received by April 6.

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