Texas Speaks – Identifying the Strengths and Needs of Texas Communities

TexasSpeaks is being conducted in  Wharton County and across the State of Texas to allow the citizens of Texas to provide their input on the assets and issues in their communities. The Wharton County office of the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service has a rich history of providing educational programs that address the most critical issues in the county, and invites your participation in the TexasSpeaks process. TexasSpeaks is a state-wide online survey conducted by Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service with the purpose of listening to Texas citizens as they identify the strengths and needs of their communities.


The Extension Service highly values the opinions shared through the TexasSpeaks community assessment. The expectation is that the assessment will take about 10 minutes. The Goal of TexasSpeaks is to engage as many Texas citizens as possible to create the most accurate and helpful data to support Texas communities at both the state and local levels.


The Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service is a statewide network of professional educators, trained volunteers, and county offices. It reaches into every Texas county to address local priority needs and to extend the latest research to the people of Texas. Some of the major efforts are in mitigating drought impacts; conserving water use in homes, landscapes, and production agriculture; improving emergency management; enhancing food security; and protecting human health through education about diet, exercise, and disease prevention and management.


You can provide your input by going to the following tx.ag/texasspeaks or by scanning the QR code below. We ask that you complete the survey by March 31, 2021.


If you have any questions, please feel free to contact the  Wharton County Extension office at (979-532-3310) or email cbowen@ag.tamu.edu

Thank you very much for your involvement in this process!




Corrie P. Bowen
County Extension Agent – Agriculture & Natural Resources
Wharton County

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