TNFLA Wins the Texas Conservation Award for both Area 4 and Statewide!
The Trinity Neches Forest Landowners Association was recognized as the First place winner, in Area IV, which is made up of 50 Texas Counties.
This organization also will be recognized in October, as the 1st place winner for the entire State of Texas.
Message from the TNFLA Board of Directors
Thank you for a wonderful year. Our association is only as strong as its members are active. Currently, we have over 100 active members! We are committed to providing you with two membership meetings each year (Fall and Spring) - if you would like to be a speaker or have a topic that you would like a speaker to discuss, please contact us by clicking HERE.
Fall 2019 Members Meeting
WHEN: October 10, 2019
WHERE: Athens Fish Hatchery (Hart-Morris Conservation Room, Side A)
8:30 - 8:50 - Registration
8:50-9:00- Welcome and update on SWCD Award- Phil Power
9:00 - 9:30 - TPWD - Fish Hatchery (NEW DIRECTOR)
9:30 - 10:15 - TFA - Rob Hughes (TFA Legislative Update)
10:15 - 10:30 - Break
10:30 - FRANK BACA - NRCS WILDLIFE BIOLOGIST - Wild or Fearless Hog Eradication Funding on Private Lands!
11:15 - Jason Ellis- TFS- Texas A & M Website Apps and Texas AgriLife Extension=Owning your own land.
12:00 - Lunch
Afternoon=Members are free to tour Fish Hatchery facility.
Directions from Athens: After crossing Lake Athens on F.M. 2495, take the
second right (Peninsula Point Drive, CR 4812). Drive 0.2 mile along the
chain-link fence on your left and turn left through Gate E. Drive straight
ahead to the parking lot; the Conservation Center is the first building on
Additional regarding the event, including its Agenda and how to RSVP, will be forthcoming.
TNFLA President (Phil Power) and TNFLA Director (David Fulton) accept the First Place Award in Area IV - and, there were 50 counties vying for the award!
The TNFLA is a non-profit Texas corporation. The purpose of the Association is to encourage and assist in the development of the full potential of forestry in the Texas counties served – Anderson, Cherokee, Freestone, Van Zandt, Henderson, Houston, & Leon Counties.