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Houston's Charles R. Drew Academy Garden, a Model for the City

Thanks to a USDA Office of the Assistant Secretary for Civil Rights funded community garden pilot project, students now have beds of vegetables to enjoy on their campus instead of a previously barren space between buildings.

Tribal Cultures Honored

American Indian-Alaska Native heritage month was celebrated recently at the USDA-NRCS state office in Temple with a Cultural Exchange and Honor luncheon. This annual recognition is an opportunity exchange information, ideas and traditional foods.

NRCS, A Conservation Partner for all Texans

Texans love to talk about their state and a favorite topic of conversation is the weather. Lately, there’s been plenty to talk about, whether it’s torrential rainfalls, flooding, damaging winds or Tropical Storm Bill. 

Refuge for Life

With Steve Rader’s conservation ethics, he is making Rader Ranch a “Refuge for Life” for more than just himself.

Stormy weather provided emphasis for range/ranch management workshop

Troy Reinke, district conservationist for USDA-NRCS in the Albany Field Office, opening presentation set the stage for the entire day: One Rancher, Many Hats!


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