E.O. Siecke State Forest Article

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The E.O. Siecke State Forest is a Texas state forest near Kirbyville, Texas. Managed by the Texas A&M Forest Service, the 1,722-acre forest reserve was the first in the state, and is managed for wildlife habitat, outdoor recreation and research into sustainable forestry and forest health practices. [1]

On November 8, 2011, an EF1 tornado tore through the southern part of the forest along FM 82, snapping hundreds of pine trees along its path. [2]

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E.O. SIECKE STATE FOREST Latitude and Longitude:

30°38′13″N 93°49′23″W / 30.637°N 93.823°W / 30.637; -93.823