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    <p>     SAN
DIEGO, Calif. —   July 11, 2018 —    Esri, the global leader in spatial analytics,
presented Texas A&amp;M Forest Service   with
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    ' >Texas A&M Forest Service Honored for Achievement in GIS

    SAN DIEGO, Calif. — July 11, 2018 — Esri, the global leader in spatial analytics, presented Texas A&amp;M Forest Service with Esri's Special Achievement in GIS (SAG) Award on July 11 at the annual Esri User Conference. Selected from over 300,000 eligible candidates, Texas A&amp;M Forest Service recei


    <p>   June 28, 2018 – COLLEGE STATION, Texas – There are many ways to celebrate the Fourth of July, and while sitting by the campfire, grilling a favorite dish or using fireworks are common activities — they could spark a wildfire. 
  Approximately 90 percent of wildfires are caused by people and their activities and Ind</p>6/28/2018 01:25:00 PM
    Texas A&M Forest Service issues safety tips for Fourth of July holiday

    June 28, 2018 – COLLEGE STATION, Texas – There are many ways to celebrate the Fourth of July, and while sitting by the campfire, grilling a favorite dish or using fireworks are common activities — they could spark a wildfire.  Approximately 90 percent of wildfires are caused by people and their activities and Ind


    <p>   June 27, 2018 — HOUSTON, Texas — Months after the storm, Hurricane Harvey may still be causing damage. Urban Forest Strike Team members from across the nation examined trees in Harris County Bear Creek Park this week for effects of prolonged flooding. 
 Bear Creek Park was under approximately four feet of water for</p>6/27/2018 04:15:00 PM
    Urban Forest Strike Team surveys Houston trees for flooding effects of Hurricane Harvey

    June 27, 2018 — HOUSTON, Texas — Months after the storm, Hurricane Harvey may still be causing damage. Urban Forest Strike Team members from across the nation examined trees in Harris County Bear Creek Park this week for effects of prolonged flooding. Bear Creek Park was under approximately four feet of water for