Welcome to the Harrison County Office of The Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service. We are glad that you took the time to visit us “on the web”. Harrison County is located in the northeastern part of Texas along the Louisiana border. Marshall, the county seat, is 152 miles east of Dallas and 39 miles west of Shreveport. Harrison County was officially established in 1839 and comprises 984 square miles.
Agricultural commodities in Harrison County include; Beef Cattle, Timber, Forages, Nursery, Greenhouse, Small Fruits and Vegetables.
Click HERE to see the agricultural income listed by commodity for Harrison County.
Texas AgriLife Extension Service Mission and Scope
The Texas AgriLife Extension Service is a part of the Texas A&M University System. Through field based faculty, Extension provides to citizens unbiased, research-based information, educational programs, and technical assistance in the following core service areas: Agriculture; Community Development; Environmental Stewardship; Individual and Family Capacity; Nutrition, Diet, & Health; Youth Development. Extension values and promotes citizen and community involvement, scientifically-based education, lifelong learning and volunteerism. It provides access to citizens in all 254 counties in Texas.
- Bee Hive Removal Contacts
- Texas Drought Map
- Harrison County Farmer’s Market Facebook Page
- Family & Consumer Science
- Texas Weekly Hay Price Report
- 4-H Facebook Page
- “New” School Enrichment Catalog For Teachers
- 4-H Connect
- Farm City Week Web Site
- 40 Gallon Per Week Challenge (Water Saving Around The Home)
Thank you for visiting.