TYLER, Texas — Scott and Brandy Lake of Wolfe City, Texas, recently saw firsthand how Farm Credit uses money raised on Wall Street to support agriculture and rural communities. The Lakes, member-borrowers of Heritage Land Bank, were among 27 agricultural producers who were selected for the 2018 Farm Credit Young Leaders Program in New York City and Washington, D.C.
Nacogdoches, Texas - Heritage Land Bank is pleased to announce that Steven Dyess has been promoted to Branch Manager of the Nacogdoches office.
Growing and eating blueberries is a distinctly American tradition.
Growing a pawpaw tree can bring an intriguing fruit to your East Texas backyard.
Pears are attractive trees, produce good fruit, have few management problems and can last for years.
TYLER, Texas, June 18, 2018 – Heritage Land Bank is pleased to announce that it has promoted Heath Gattis to Chief Financial Officer.
Summer annual crops are ideal for cattle to graze upon.
Pomegranates can be grown in East Texas, but doing so will require some ingenuity.
GREENVILLE, Texas, May 29, 2018 – Employees from the Greenville office of Heritage Land Bank spent the morning of May 15 distributing locally sourced meat and other perishables to area charitable agencies.
Blackberries are an excellent fruiting plant for Texas home landscapes.