October 2018

Found 4 blog entries for October 2018.


The big rains in north-east, north-central, and central Texas have continued from last month with sizable parts of the state receiving 10 inches or more and some parts seeing more than 20 inches. According to the National Centers for Environmental Information, September 2018 was the wettest September on record (since 1895) and, at statewide precipitation total of 6.77 inches, the third wettest on record after May 2015 and August 2017. Learn more about the October weather here.


Rain Map of Texas

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Prescribed burning is a management tool widely used by foresters, parks departments, range and wildlife managers, ranchers and other landowners to manage excessive natural fuels under very specific and safe conditions. In the long run, prescribed burning will do more to improve habitat for deer and numerous other wildlife than any other practice. Prescribed burning is also considered the "cheapest, most effective habitat management technique for the Post Oak Savannah region. Learn more about it here. 

Administering a controlled burn in Texas Post Oak Savannah habitat

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A view over wooded hills on Cordillera de Robles Ranch in Texas

Report courtesy of the Texas Association of Realtors®. 

The report linked below covers the entire Texas small land market (small land parcels defined as tracts of 49 or fewer acres). 

Region 7 includes the Texas hill country and begins on page 19 of the document.

Region 6 includes South Texas and begins on page 17 of the document.

Access the Texas Small Land Sales Report here



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