Texas A&M AgriLife Extension in Waller County offers quality education and great resources in many program areas including Family and Community Health, Agriculture, Natural Resources, 4-H and much more.
The team in Waller County is dedicated to providing the best programs and assistance to the community.
Educational program areas include:
Cotton, grain sorghum, rice, corn, soybeans, forage and hay production, beef cattle management, equine industries,
pesticide use and safety, and alternative agricultural enterprises.
Family and Community Health:
Food and nutrition, food safety, food preservation, diabetes education, elder care, financial management, parenting skills, clothing and textiles, Child Care Provider Education, Food Handlers and Food Protection Management training.
4-H & Youth Development:
Project activities exist for youth, 3rd-12th grades in agriculture, family & consumer sciences, shooting sports, leadership, community service, veterinary sciences, horticulture, livestock and more. Youth will develop new skills, learn cooperation, develop leadership abilities, improve their citizenship and have fun.
Better Living for Texans:
The goal of the Better Living for Texans program and the USDA’s Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) is to provide educational programs that increase the likelihood that SNAP recipients will make healthy food choices consistent with the most recent
dietary advice as reflected in the Dietary Guidelines for Americans.