My Tree ID Mobile App
My Tree ID helps identify tree species based on leaves, flowers, seed, bark or location using a key, descriptions, and full-color images.
This app will help you find the root of your tree's problem. It will help you search by species or symptoms and filter by types of pests, or search pest records, list of symptoms and affected trees.
Map My Property
Map My Property provides landowners and other interested users a quick and simple tool for making a map of their property that can be shared with others.
Plan My Land Operation
This app allows users to map their project area, identify sensitive areas, determine operational characteristics of mapped soil types and calculate the watershed area.
Texas Forest Sector Economic Impact is a web-based interactive tool to summarize economic impacts of the forest sector in East Texas.
This app is a support tool that assists potential or new landowners during the initial stages of acquiring or owning property by providing resources based on property goals selected.
Texas Scenic Views
This app shows you where you can find exceptional views of fall color and spring blooms throughout Texas. Users can see current ratings as well as post their own comments and ratings.
Big Tree Registry
The Big Tree Registry is a list of the largest known specimens of each Texas tree species. This application displays tree measurements and photos as well as public tree locations.
Timber Supply Analysis
The Timber Supply Analysis application provides estimates of timberland area and standing timber, growth, and removals within a user-defined area in the U.S. South.
Forestry Herbicide Prescriptions
This app is the tool for finding the best silvicultural herbicide prescription to match your need.
My City's Trees
The My City’s Trees application enables anyone to access Urban FIA Data and produce custom analyses and reports.
Trees Count Mobile App
Trees Count allows users to map trees in communities and characterize with informative attributes. Inventories can be transferred across devices.
Forest Distribution displays the various types of trees statewide and provides an estimate of the amount of biomass that occurs within 50, 75, and 100 miles of a user-defined location.
Texas State Forests and Arboretums
Tour through the state forests and arboretums managed by Texas A&M Forest Service that serve as educational resources for Texans and visitors. View interactive maps and compelling mulitmedia.
My Land Management Connector
This app helps landowners find land management service providers, assists service providers in aggregating land management services, and works for any size property.
Timberland Decision Support
The Timberland Decision Support System is a web-based decision support tool for non-industrial private landowners and others who are interested in timberland investment and management.
Texas Forestry BMPs Mobile App
This app is based on the Texas Forestry Best Management Practices Handbook (May 2014), the state manual for protecting water quality during forest operations.
Texas is under threat of losing much of its working forests to non-forest uses. Learn more about the ecologically important forests protected by the Forest Legacy Program.
Forest Products Directory
The Forest Products Directory application provides information on the various forest products industries and companies in Texas and is searchable by several attributes.
Famous Trees of Texas
If Texas’ trees could speak, what stories they would tell—stories of love, honor, mystery, justice and injustice. Learn more about Texas history and the connection of people and trees through time.
Tree Trails is a conservation education project to enhance outdoor classrooms at schools, nature centers and public parks. The project creates an education trail focused on trees.
Tree Risk Mobile App
The Level 1 Tree Risk Assessment app maps those trees with obvious defects that have a Probable or Imminent likelihood of failure and identifies treatment.
Urban Tree Canopy
Urban Tree Canopy displays predicted urban growth areas, UTC for selected communities, and models future UTC based on management policy.
Wildfire and Restoration in Bastrop
Bastrop is no stranger to the devastation that wildfire can bring to a community. Tour through the story of Bastrop wildfire, restoration and more with interactive maps and compelling multimedia.
The Forest Drought application allows users to explore past, current, and future drought conditions on Texas forestland.
Forest Ecosystem Values
This application provides estimated economic values for certain ecosystem services and benefits provided by forests.
Geocaching is an outdoor treasure hunt using GPS-enabled devices. Explore the app to discover geocaches at different TFS offices throughout Texas.
Discover Trees and Woody Plants
This app is a visual guide to the diverse varieties of trees and woody plants at Texas A&M University, College Station (Research Park and George Bush Library areas).
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