Sarah Fuller

Based in deep East Texas, Sarah Fuller has more than a decade of experience in natural resource communications, stakeholder engagement and outreach. In her role as natural resources communications strategy coordinator, she is tasked with sharing and amplifying the diverse research and stories of the Department of Rangeland, Wildlife and Fisheries Management, its associated centers, as well as the Texas A&M Natural Resources Institute.

All posts by Sarah Fuller

A woman sets up a water bowl for her dog.

June 11, 2024

Protect pets during the dog days of summer

Texas A&M AgriLife experts share considerations for summer heat safety

A man rides a brown horse across rangelands with a few buildings visible in the distance.

May 29, 2024

Rangeland conditions vary across state based on moisture, precipitation outlook

Texas Crop and Weather Report  - May 29, 2024

A monarch butterfly lands on an orange flower.

May 22, 2024

Beyond milkweed: creating a migratory oasis for monarchs

Texas A&M AgriLife experts encourage planting nectar-producing plants ahead of fall migration

A juvenile white-tailed deer stands in tall grass.

May 15, 2024

‘Tis the season for wildlife encounters

AgriLife Extension expert encourages people not to interfere with juvenile wildlife

May 9, 2024

$1 million grant project tackles economic, marketing gaps in U.S. aquaculture

Texas A&M AgriLife Research to co-lead National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration grant project

Texas A&M AgriLife Logo

May 2, 2024

Texas Master Naturalist program hires program support specialist

Hannah Ferguson aims to connect and empower statewide chapters

A squirrel with a small radio collar

April 19, 2024

Scholarly squirrels: Exploring the dynamics of campus wildlife

Ongoing project will provide undergraduate wildlife students with hands-on field experiences

April 17, 2024

Texas A&M AgriLife wildlife data included in global study

Research provides unprecedented insight into wildlife response during COVID-19 lockdown

March 18, 2024

Spring highways see increase in cold-blooded commuters

Texas A&M AgriLife experts share reasons for turtle sightings along roadways, ways to help

March 14, 2024

Texas wildlife feel the impact of state’s largest wildfire

March 13, 2024

Multiple factors, including severe drought, result in meager crawfish harvest and higher prices

March 11, 2024

Wild turkeys are strutting into spring

March 1, 2024

Texas A&M AgriLife wildlife management awarded at state conference

February 16, 2024

Texas A&M Natural Resources Institute launches The Land Steward Podcast

January 27, 2024

Statewide workshops to connect new rural landowners with natural resource personnel

January 18, 2024

Roel Lopez recipient of 2024 Conservation Trailblazer Award

December 21, 2023

Department of Rangeland, Wildlife and Fisheries Management graduates first cohort

Students share motivations, experience and future plans

November 30, 2023

‘It’s not the cow; it’s the how’

Texas A&M AgriLife researchers investigate impact of adaptive grazing management on Conservation Reserve Program lands

Texas A&M AgriLife

November 24, 2023

Achievements recognized by the Texas Section Society for Range Management

Texas A&M AgriLife specialists receive top awards, leadership appointments

November 13, 2023

Stock enhancement program shows promise in enhancing Texas’ southern flounder population

Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service collaborates with Texas Parks and Wildlife to ensure state fisheries health