Texas Almanac 2024-2025

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The Texas Almanac is the premier reference for everything Texas. The entire book is revised with the latest information for every edition, including the 254 county maps and our population estimates for every Texas town.

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Where In Texas Might You Spot A Barking Frog?
What Special Event Can You Attend Every Summer At The Palo Duro Canyon State Park?
How Many Hospital Beds Are There In Your County?
Is there a single source you can use to find all of the above?

Of course there is.

Welcome back to the Texas Almanac!
For the 72nd edition in the series, this essential reference book has been revised with all the latest information about our proud state. Inside you’ll find at least 410 tables of data, 300 maps, contact information for 200 state boards and commissions, and the names of 189 state officials, 1,209 judges, 1,223 mayors, and 3,302 county officials (give or take a few).

Oil. Natural Gas. Wind. Solar. Our feature article is all about ENERGY. The world has been hearing about energy in Texas since 1901 when the gusher at Spindletop became a cultural and economic phenomenon. An image familiar to any kid on a Texas road trip, oil rigs strike bold poses across the landscape — trophies of an industry that has defined Texas for more than a century. And yet, this image renders an incomplete picture of Texas’ relationship with energy, particularly as the global energy system undergoes a fundamental shift away from dependence on fossil fuels. “Texas: The Energy State” traces the development of the different energy types that power our lives and our state’s exciting role in the energy transition.

New to this edition: Texas Tribune Reports
Contributed by reporters at the Texas Tribune, these essays reveal what Texans are talking about today in five important areas: education, health care, politics, sports, and climate.

You’ll also find:
• Report on the 88th Legislature, by Carolyn Barta
• Updated weather extremes and revised climate norms, contributed by Texas State Climatologist John W. Nielsen-Gammon
• In depth agriculture data, contributed by Texas A&M AgriLife Extension specialists
All that — and more — makes us
The Source for All Things Texas Since 1857

Book Type

Digital Download, Hardcover, Paperback

35 reviews for Texas Almanac 2024-2025

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    Michael King (verified owner)

    Awesome as usual!

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    Douglas (verified owner)

    Gave to a friend for Christmas. He really likes the Texas Almanac.

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    Melissa S. (verified owner)

    Great book!

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    Ellette H. (verified owner)

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    Larry Moore (verified owner)

    Love the pictures.

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    Swift Sparks (verified owner)

    Perfectly timed!

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    Anonymous (verified owner)

    Thank you for the fast service. The book arrived in perfect condition.

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    Watson Arnold (verified owner)

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    Henry Smith (verified owner)

    This is 752 pages of Texas knowledge. If it’s not in here, it’s probably not worth knowing.

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    Samuel Adams III (verified owner)

    Awesome ppl and awesome service 10+++++

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    Kathleen (verified owner)

    High quality product!

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    CHARLES GENTRY (verified owner)

    Great product, have been getting it for years.

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    William H. (verified owner)

    I really appreciate your organization’s publishing and distributing the Texas Almanac. You do a first rate job and my reading of the Almanac goes back to the Dallas Morning News w/Dealey Foundation days.

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    Thomas (verified owner)

    Great almanac

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    SEAN PROCTOR (verified owner)

    Very fast service. I love the Texas Almanac. I wonder if we are the only State with an Almanac?

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    Anonymous (verified owner)

    Great 👍🏼

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    Trey Bates (verified owner)

    Very well made!

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    John (verified owner)

    Ordered when purchased a membership. Order was promptly acknowledged and the product arrived in just a few days. Very satisfied!

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    HERMAN WILLIAMS (verified owner)

    Love the resource interesting stats and info on state by county, cities and etc. Have purchased the last 6 years and always has something new and interesting to digest.

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