Edwards Plateau Prescribed Burning Association, Inc. Updated:04/2018

EPPBA works to restore Edwards Plateau rangeland through the application of prescribed fire. Two important concepts are at work here. The first, designed by nature, is using fire to suppress noxious woody plants and improve rangeland health. The other is neighbor helping neighbor so our Texas Rangelands can be restored and sustained for future generations.  Members of EPPBA share equipment and labor and foster good relations between neighbors and also within the community in regards to the use of prescribed fire.  

EPPBA has over 200 members who represent over a million acres of rangeland.  Application of prescribed fire on these rangelands improves wildlife habitat, water quality and yield, carrying capacity for domestic livestock and restores their historical diversity and productivity.  


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Mark Moseley
Department of Rangeland Ecology and Management MS 2126
Texas A&M University
College Station, TX  77843
Phone: (210) 516-5038


Service Area

Services provided in:
  • Coke County, Texas
  • Concho County, Texas
  • Crockett County, Texas
  • Edwards County, Texas
  • Glasscock County, Texas
  • Irion County, Texas
  • Nolan County, Texas
  • Reagan County, Texas
  • Schleicher County, Texas
  • Sterling County, Texas
  • Sutton County, Texas
  • Taylor County, Texas
  • Tom Green County, Texas
  • Val Verde County, Texas
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