Hill Country Landowner's Guide
In this invaluable new book, Jim Stanley charts a practical course for understanding and handling a variety of problems that both new and established landowners in the Texas Hill Country will confront--from brush control, grazing, and overpopulation of deer to erosion, fire, and management of exotic animals and plants.
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16Protecting Your Home from a Wildfire
18Managing for Songbirds
19 Native Grasses
20Native Woody Plants
22How to Manage Your Property Better
23Where to Go for Help
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