Fall is here, and with the scorching days of Texas summer behind us, this is a great time to get out and work on your yard and garden. This year, with the drought ongoing, why not take the opportunity to be more water wise when sprucing up the landscape and other greenery around your home? Please click here for more.
DROUGHT-STRESSED TREES COULD YET BE SAVED Recent storm damage across North and Central Texas caused by uprooted trees and falling limbs are a hint at how badly the stateís trees have been weakened by years of drought. However, donít give up on those trees just yet. With a little TLC, many can recover and thrive again. To learn more please click here.
DON'T LET FALL FISHING TRIPS SPREAD ZEBRA MUSSELS
If you're planning a great fall fishing trip, remember to clean your boat carefully before you head out. Zebra mussels have been discovered in another Texas reservoir and continue to threaten access to drinking water. For more, click here.