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Texas Land Trends Publishes New Report

The Texas A&M Institute of Renewable Natural Resources' Texas Land Trends has published its latest report on the status of the state's rural working lands, which include the state's forests, farms and ranches.

A water pump used for irrigation along the shore of the Brazos River as it flows past Glen Rose, Texas.  Drought conditions have led to a significant decrease in water levels throughout the river, Aug. 3, 2013.

The Texas A&M Institute of Renewable Natural Resources' Texas Land Trends has published its latest report on the status of the state's rural working lands, which include the state's forests, farms and ranches. Beginning with this issue, the reports will now be issued in a series rather than once every five years, focusing on such key issues as water and energy.

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