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How the Buffalo Roam

Today, Hugh Stone III of San Angelo, mimics the American Bison’s ancient grazing habits at his Scrub Oaks ranch which spans 12,158 acres in Tom Green and Coke counties.

Protection Found in Deep Roots and Stewardship

As you move closer to the stream, you begin to see turkey, deer, song birds, and other wildlife. Most people picture ...

Earth Team Volunteers Awarded Scholarships by Webb SWCD

Six students were awarded $1,000 scholarships in August from the Webb Soil and Water Conservation District (SWCD) to help them continue their agricultural education. 

From the Soil to the Table Brings Food Sovereignty

There is nothing more satisfying than building a garden, working the garden to harvest and prepare fresh vegetables and having a tasty meal. This is exactly what the Ysletta del Sur Pueblo, a federally recognized Native American Tribe, have done with their community garden. 

Texas Family’s Conservation Efforts Restore Ranch’s Productivity

Becky Sultemeier and her husband, Shelby, run a Red Brangus cattle operation on their 1,100 acre property which straddles the Travis and Blanco county line near Spicewood, northwest of Austin.


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