ATCOFA

ATCOFA

@ATCOFA

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Preparing society-ready natural resource professionals to address the most pressing issues in forestry, agriculture, spatial science and environmental science.

Nacogdoches, Texas
Joined on November 19, 2014
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ATCOFA
2 months ago
In critical times such as these, geospatial technologies are essential to communicating information and directing governmental responses. Dr. Daniel Unger recently shared this map with his spatial science students. Check it out yourself: https://t.co/cIh5mOI5jY #coronavirus https://t.co/adNaFetWkE

In critical times such as these, geospatial technologies are essential to communicating information and directing governmental responses. Dr. Daniel Unger recently shared this map with his spatial science students. Check it out yourself: https://t.co/cIh5mOI5jY #coronavirus https://t.co/adNaFetWkE

Quoted @DrAdamPeck

I am hosting another Zoom Meetup on Wednesday, March 18 at 3pm. I'll be answering your questions about SFA's continuing response to COVID-19. You can join by computer https://t.co/4wkkLHKMIw or by phone 346 248 7799 (Mtg. ID: 861 644 620). Please retweet to spread the word!

Dr. Adam Peck, dean of student affairs, is hosting a zoom meet-up and Q&A session at 3 p.m. Wednesday, March 18. https://t.co/d96Nu2Vgo0

Hello, Lumberjacks. We appreciate the support and patience you have exhibited over the past few days. 

We encourage you to stay up-to-date with information by checking your SFA email. You also can find helpful information at https://t.co/8o1gReJYAl. https://t.co/jDeaS8Vmkl

Hello, Lumberjacks. We appreciate the support and patience you have exhibited over the past few days. We encourage you to stay up-to-date with information by checking your SFA email. You also can find helpful information at https://t.co/8o1gReJYAl. https://t.co/jDeaS8Vmkl

ATCOFA
4 months ago
"Diminished civil rights also limited collective action strategies, such as cooperatives and unions. Even so, various types of cooperatives, including farmer associations, were organized in black farming communities prior to the 1960s." https://t.co/T9JjMiT7RR #BlackHistory https://t.co/kWtNBRakJ4

"Diminished civil rights also limited collective action strategies, such as cooperatives and unions. Even so, various types of cooperatives, including farmer associations, were organized in black farming communities prior to the 1960s." https://t.co/T9JjMiT7RR #BlackHistory https://t.co/kWtNBRakJ4

ATCOFA
4 months ago
Today at 5 p.m.! https://t.co/kykWimvhQU

Today at 5 p.m.! https://t.co/kykWimvhQU

ATCOFA
6 months ago
Sure we're partial to the Pineywoods, but we love all ecosystems equally. 11 Lumberjacks recently attended the 8th International Fire Ecology and Management Congress in Tucson, AZ, to share their research. #fireecology #ATCOFA https://t.co/iIETEZiuoq

Sure we're partial to the Pineywoods, but we love all ecosystems equally. 11 Lumberjacks recently attended the 8th International Fire Ecology and Management Congress in Tucson, AZ, to share their research. #fireecology #ATCOFA https://t.co/iIETEZiuoq

ATCOFA
6 months ago
Check out all of the outstanding undergrad research taking place at #ATCOFA during this Wednesday's undergraduate research showcase! https://t.co/KLFh8UgSVJ

Check out all of the outstanding undergrad research taking place at #ATCOFA during this Wednesday's undergraduate research showcase! https://t.co/KLFh8UgSVJ

ATCOFA
7 months ago
The Japanese maples of @SFAGardens are definitely putting on a show this fall, but what is the science behind the beautiful change in color? Learn more:  https://t.co/VTRBxX8htx https://t.co/kyit6ixPrc
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The Japanese maples of @SFAGardens are definitely putting on a show this fall, but what is the science behind the beautiful change in color? Learn more: https://t.co/VTRBxX8htx https://t.co/kyit6ixPrc

ATCOFA
7 months ago
One week left to share a tree you believe deserves recognition! ...and did we mention prizes? https://t.co/3QvrP8TqE3 https://t.co/3zUB9QvRgy

One week left to share a tree you believe deserves recognition! ...and did we mention prizes? https://t.co/3QvrP8TqE3 https://t.co/3zUB9QvRgy

ATCOFA
7 months ago
Have you checked out our collection of research on SFA ScholarWorks? Pretty impressive if we do say so ourselves...#AxeEm https://t.co/9hQEmB6JHc https://t.co/TXQSe6VFYu

Have you checked out our collection of research on SFA ScholarWorks? Pretty impressive if we do say so ourselves...#AxeEm https://t.co/9hQEmB6JHc https://t.co/TXQSe6VFYu

ATCOFA
8 months ago
In honor of #IndigenousPeoplesDay2019, check out this thought provoking @foresters article by indigenous ecologist Dr. Robin Kimmerer re indigenous knowledge and land management in modern conservation and academia: https://t.co/UAs0LojyCg https://t.co/m8oMmeImqn

In honor of #IndigenousPeoplesDay2019, check out this thought provoking @foresters article by indigenous ecologist Dr. Robin Kimmerer re indigenous knowledge and land management in modern conservation and academia: https://t.co/UAs0LojyCg https://t.co/m8oMmeImqn

ATCOFA
8 months ago
Remember those awesome childhood days of climbing trees? If you become an urban forester, you still get to do it (with the addition of a salary and cool gear). #winning #urbanforestry #arborist @ISArboriculture https://t.co/LT20Xsluqv https://t.co/jvzuALNj2T

Remember those awesome childhood days of climbing trees? If you become an urban forester, you still get to do it (with the addition of a salary and cool gear). #winning #urbanforestry #arborist @ISArboriculture https://t.co/LT20Xsluqv https://t.co/jvzuALNj2T

ATCOFA
8 months ago
In honor of #TexasArcheologyMonth, we want to share a past collab with @SFASU's Dept. of Archeology. These fine students excavated precious artifacts used by those who managed and utilized the forested habitat we now call home. https://t.co/rsOIvyCPQL @TxHistComm https://t.co/bXcKfo1SN3

In honor of #TexasArcheologyMonth, we want to share a past collab with @SFASU's Dept. of Archeology. These fine students excavated precious artifacts used by those who managed and utilized the forested habitat we now call home. https://t.co/rsOIvyCPQL @TxHistComm https://t.co/bXcKfo1SN3

Your Texas Game Warden, along with State Park Peace Officers, in rescues in and around the New Waverley area during the aftermath of #Imelda #TXWX https://t.co/Fm2GFW25Ma
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Your Texas Game Warden, along with State Park Peace Officers, in rescues in and around the New Waverley area during the aftermath of #Imelda #TXWX https://t.co/Fm2GFW25Ma

ATCOFA
9 months ago
Join us this afternoon for our annual college-wide cookout following new student convocation! https://t.co/T7KIB2UYQE

Join us this afternoon for our annual college-wide cookout following new student convocation! https://t.co/T7KIB2UYQE

ATCOFA
9 months ago
Summer in Texas means one thing - mosquitoes! But fear not! You likely have an all-natural pest control already flitting outside of your home! Bats can eat up to an estimated 1000 insects in 1 hr! Come study wildlife with us:  https://t.co/OGA3tPP5k3 #WildlifeWednesday https://t.co/DG1Hwj0eqL

Summer in Texas means one thing - mosquitoes! But fear not! You likely have an all-natural pest control already flitting outside of your home! Bats can eat up to an estimated 1000 insects in 1 hr! Come study wildlife with us: https://t.co/OGA3tPP5k3 #WildlifeWednesday https://t.co/DG1Hwj0eqL

Welcome to SFA, @SGordonSFA! We consider our“selfie” lucky to have you on campus! #AxeEm https://t.co/0hc2SMyzcZ
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Welcome to SFA, @SGordonSFA! We consider our“selfie” lucky to have you on campus! #AxeEm https://t.co/0hc2SMyzcZ

ATCOFA
10 months ago
Did you know @SFASU originally had a working farm right here on campus? The area behind what is now the Ag Pond and Homer Bryce Stadium was used to graze cattle and house other livestock! The farm eventually moved to its current location as the campus grew. #throwback https://t.co/OgYIWbA7zB

Did you know @SFASU originally had a working farm right here on campus? The area behind what is now the Ag Pond and Homer Bryce Stadium was used to graze cattle and house other livestock! The farm eventually moved to its current location as the campus grew. #throwback https://t.co/OgYIWbA7zB

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