COLLEGE STATION – The Texas A&M Institute of Renewable Natural Resources has a new interactive online tool on its Texas Land Trends website that allows users to access land-use information released last year.
The October 2014 Texas Land Trends report described key findings of changes in land use, ownership size and property values of rural working lands alongside population changes from 1997 to 2012.
With the tool, users can view 15-year trends in private working lands for such metrics as land use, market value, ownership size and population by county, river basin, eco-region or region of interest. Users can also compare the metrics of regional areas.
The interactive data provides public and private decision-makers with information needed to plan for the conservation of these vital working lands.
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