Welcome to Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service of Erath County

Erath County Courthouse

100 W Washington St, second floor

Stephenville, TX 76401

Stephenville, Texas is uniquely located in rural Texas one-hour southwest of Dallas/Fort Worth for easy access to metropolitan amenities and a major airport, yet isolated from big city stress. A city of over 20,000 friendly people, Stephenville is an inviting, gracious community with a rich western heritage in a beautiful country setting along the Bosque River. It is distinctively Texan – independent, hardworking, and educated. Known as the ‘Cowboy Capital of the World’ and the ‘City of Champions’, Stephenville takes pride in having small town values, where a strong work ethic, family-values, and a giving heart still matter.

The staff of the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service are proud to serve the citizens and visitors of Erath County. The Erath County, Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service aims to provide quality, relevant outreach and continuing education programs and services to the people of Texas based on university research in family and consumer sciences, 4-H, youth development, agriculture, natural resources, home horticulture and community development.






Lonnie Jenschke – County Extension Agent – Agriculture & Natural Resources
Thomas Boyle, County Extension Agent – 4-H & Youth Development
Andrea Brooks, County Extension Agent – Family & Community Health
Betty McIntosh, Office Manager
Beth Shipman, Part-time Secretary


Check out the 4H Summer Camps

that are listed under

the 4H tab-then drop down to 4H Camps



Master Gardener Internship Program

First class will be Thursday, February 2nd, 2023. For more information see below.  Any questions please call our office 254.965.1460

What is Master Gardener

Volunteer Agreement

MG Training letter



Pasture to Packer Description and Application

Click on the title above for documents


 Living Healthy in Erath Fall 2022 Newsletter

 August 2022



Extension Disaster Education Network
Wildfires: Eastland Complex
Severe Weather 101: Tornadoes, Serve Thunderstorms
Hurricane Resources






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