Thank you for voting YES for the Right to Farm to become

a Texas Constitutional Amendment

On November 7, 2023, we, Texas voters, voted to make Proposition 1, which would establish the right to farming, ranching, timber production, and wildlife management into the Texas Constitution.  

The Right to Farm bill (HJR 126) was passed into law during the recent legislative session. However, by enshrining the language into the Texas Constitution, it would be much harder for subsequent legislative sessions to take away your Right to Farm.

Landowner Prescribed Fire Workshop

WHEN: December 8, 2023 (0830 AM -4:00 PM

WHERE: Brokmeyer Ranch, Fairfield Texas

RSVP: taylor.garrison@TPWD.Texas.GOV


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.

Membership - Become a Member of TNFLA Join hundreds of forest landowners . . . .

Thank you for visiting our website - if you would like to become a member or would like more information to help you establish a sustainable privately-held forest, please contact us using our Contact page.

Solar Lease Information

Recently, the TNFLA Board has learned that some of its members have been approached by companies touting solar projects. Know that solar project leases are different from other forms of leases (and different from other forms of energy leases). For more information, please see:

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Forestry - community & education 

Your 2023 Annual TNFLA Dues are now payable and due. You may pay your annual dues with your credit card under the DUES Tab of this website.

Trinity-Neches Forest Landowner Association, Inc.

The TNFLA is an award-winning, 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.