“By the time Elise was 4 months old she had already flown across the country on 6 different flights. I’ve never felt more angry stares while boarding planes but overall people were nice and accommodating to us. We just did what we had to do.” Kate explains.
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A variety of nationalities join forces as they study the importance of Texas branding within the United States beef market.
Plowman has been instrumental in developing the curriculum for the floral design program. What once was only a lab for horticulture students is now an always full, creative arts credit open to anyone in the university. Plowman fought hard to get the class to where it is, writing and rewriting proposals, and finding what would work to make the class a well-rounded experience for students at Texas Tech.
Sniff, swirl, sip, repeat. It’s a sunny evening on the Texas High Plains. You are with your family […]
When people think of the College of Agricultural Sciences & Natural Resources, their first thought is usually a […]
Researchers at Texas Tech University have been studying different ways to reduce the water footprint on the Ogallala Aquifer. Dr. West and a graduate student have found a forage to help reduce the amount of water used and increase cattle gains.
Ghana’s poverty and hunger have declined steadily over the last 20 years thanks, mostly, to improved agricultural extension […]