Walker County Extension Officeupdated: October 2014

Walker County was created in 1846 and originally named for Robert J. Walker of Mississippi who introduced into the U.S. Congress the resolution for the annexation of Texas. Walker County encompasses 790 square miles of rolling hills and open prairies in the Piney Woods vegetation area; around seventy percent of the county is blanketed by forests of loblolly, short leaf and long leaf pine, and hardwoods. The area rests at the extreme western end of the Coastal Plain region.


  • Meredith Henry, County Extension Agent
    • Family and Consumer Sciences
    • 936.435.2426
    • 936.435.2429 (fax)
    • mdhenry@ag.tamu.edu
  • Reginald Lepley, County Extension Agent
    • Ag and Natural Resources
    • County Coordinator
    • County Extension Agent
    • 936.435.2426
    • 936.435.2429 (fax)
    • r-lepley@tamu.edu
  • Kristy Titzman, County Extension Agent
    • 4-H and Youth Development
    • 4-H Coordinator
    • County Extension Agent
    • 936.435.2426
    • 936.435.2429 (fax)
    • kkcorley@ag.tamu.edu

Contact Walker County Extension Office

102 Tam Rd
Suite B
Huntsville, Texas  77320
Phone: 936-435-2426
Fax: 936-435-2429


Service Area

Services provided in:
  • Walker County, Texas

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