Texas continues to attempt to recover from the 2011 drought, which depleted drinking water supplies, hurt businesses, and cost the state $8.3 billion in agricultural losses.
Texas Agriculture Commissioner Todd Staples released the thirteenth video in the “Texas Traffic” series. The series has detailed life along the Texas-Mexico border from farmers and ranchers as well as law enforcement agents who battle the violence flowing from Mexico onto U.S. soil.
Commissioner Todd Staples today announced $1.4 million in federal disaster relief grants to Bastrop County, and the cities of Florence, Llano, and Seymour.
Eligible counties must have populations of less than 200,000 residents, and cities must have populations of less than 50,000 residents.
Texas Agriculture Commissioner Todd Staples is continuing his crusade against lax border security and human smuggling.
Texas Agriculture Commissioner Todd Staples spoke with KFYO News about narco-terrorism along the Texas-Mexico border and his presentation in San Angelo on Tuesday about the impact of the violence in Texas.
The Young Farmer Grant Program is funded entirely by Texas farmers and ranchers, offers effective financing options to help establish new farmers and ranchers, and does not use any state tax revenue.
Texas Agriculture Commissioner Todd Staples will deliver the keynote address at the Angelo State University Narco-terrorism Conference On Tuesday, August 21st.
The Texas Department of Agriculture’s CRC Program helps communities attract retirees and potential retirees to make their homes in Texas.
Republican State Representative Jim Landtroop landed a key endorsement ahead of the July 31 Republican Primary runoff. Texas Commissioner of Agriculture Todd Staples announced his endorsement of Landtroop for House District 88.