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Texas Forestry BMPs

The Texas Forestry BMPs app is based on the Texas Forestry Best Management Practices Handbook (May 2014), the state manual for protecting water quality during forest operations

The Texas Forestry BMPs app is based on the Texas Forestry Best Management Practices Handbook (May 2014), the state manual for protecting water quality during forest operations

Texas Forestry BMPs

by Texas A&M Forest Service (TFS)
Texas Forestry BMPs
Texas Forestry BMPs
Texas Forestry BMPs

What is it about?

The Texas Forestry BMPs app is based on the Texas Forestry Best Management Practices Handbook (May 2014), the state manual for protecting water quality during forest operations. These guidelines are a part of the Texas Nonpoint Source Management Program administered by the Texas State Soil and Water Conservation Board. This convenient, native app is a quick reference guide that covers all forest activities, including the actual BMP guidelines, recommended specifications, schematics, tables, and a glossary. In addition, three tools for use in the field are provided—Soils Identifier Tool, Slope Tool, and Tree Height Tool.

Texas Forestry BMPs

App Details

Version
1.1
Rating
NA
Size
97Mb
Genre
Reference Education
Last updated
September 11, 2016
Release date
September 1, 2016
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App Store Description

The Texas Forestry BMPs app is based on the Texas Forestry Best Management Practices Handbook (May 2014), the state manual for protecting water quality during forest operations. These guidelines are a part of the Texas Nonpoint Source Management Program administered by the Texas State Soil and Water Conservation Board. This convenient, native app is a quick reference guide that covers all forest activities, including the actual BMP guidelines, recommended specifications, schematics, tables, and a glossary. In addition, three tools for use in the field are provided—Soils Identifier Tool, Slope Tool, and Tree Height Tool.