Some Texas Panhandle students are going to enjoy eating their vegetables thanks to two Wildorado farmers who generously donated corn for harvest to the Aww Shucks! Project through Snack Pak 4 Kids.
Welcome rains fell across much of Texas over recent weeks. While some areas of the state received an overabundance of rain, experts from the USDA-NRCS say damage from flooding could have been worse if not for the floodwater retarding structures in place in key areas.
Enthusiastic volunteers of all ages gather each year for Galveston Bay Foundation’s Marsh Mania with one purpose in mind – wetland restoration.
Grassy fields and the stockpile of hay show the benefits of Jim Wells County ranchers Arnold and Ida Trejo's conservation efforts of resting the land along with keeping forage residue on the ground that helped absorb the timely rains.
Jack Schuster, a west Texas native and a farmer known for taking care of the land, passed away on July 6, 2014. Like his father, H.E. Schuster, he wanted to leave the land in better condition than he found it for generations to come, and that’s exactly what he did.
Date: Oct 28, 2014
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