These self-service templates are provided to assist AgriLife Extension & Healthy South Texas employees create brochures, flyers and reports that are consistent with AgriLife and Texas A&M Health branding. These are meant to be used a starting point, to be modified as needed based on content.
Many of these templates utilize a web-based program called Canva. You may need to create an account to get started—don’t worry, they’re free! For tutorials and trainings, subscribe to Canva’s “Design with Canva” playlist on YouTube. We look forward to providing you with AgriLife-specific trainings for Canva soon.
AgriLife Extension LogoPackage
Zip file contains multiple file formats for web and print, including jpg, png, pdf, eps, and svg.
Not sure which to use?
In an effort to create a uniform brand identity across the diversity of AgriLife Extension programs, we are moving away from historical program “logos” and are moving towards a simplified brand “lockup.” See below for an example of two treatments- a vertical stack and a horizontally oriented version of the Ranch Management University program. This treatment is intended to better communicate the relationship between our programs and AgriLife Extension.
Looking for a lockup for an existing program? Starting a new program and need to have a new lockup developed?
See below for a sampling of our image repository. Use keywords like “healthy” or “active” in the search for filtered results. Can’t find what you’re looking for? Reach out to Tamara Garza or your friendlly marketing strategist to submit specific photo request and ideas.
Programmatic Executive Summaries
AgriLife Extension – General Program
These are templates, not mandates. Please reach out to your friendlly marketing strategist if you see any problems or have any trouble accessing the Canva templates.
AgriLife Extension Program Briefs
NOTE: At this time, we are only including AgriLife Extension programs in this library that have a Healthy South Texas program counterpart. Please stay tuned, more AgriLife Extension program briefs will be released on the main AgriLife Extension marketing page this spring / summer!
Social Media Profile County Templates