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Spring 2018 Issue

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Conservation of Land & Heritage

Tom, Dan, and Ben Griffin graduated from Texas Tech University like their father, and are the fifth generation to manage a portion… Keep Reading

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A Firm Foundation

Head, heart, hands and health: these four attributes can make or break the foundation you build for yourself. For those who participated… Keep Reading

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A Fork in the River

Five researchers traveled to the Pecos River in New Mexico to collect data for an environmental DNA project. One common thread that… Keep Reading

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A-MAZE-ing Agritourism

In 2001, James Simpson and his wife, Patti, decided to switch up their lifestyle and what their families had done for generations… Keep Reading

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Mary Lou: 45 Years at Texas Tech

In the Department of Agricultural Education and Communications at Texas Tech University, the students are many. Some have followed in their parents’… Keep Reading

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The Cowdog Curriculum

The curriculum made possible by the Ranch Life Series is spreading the history of ranching in an entertaining way that makes learning… Keep Reading

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Building More Than A Schedule

Freshmen attending orientation at Texas Tech University are separated according to college for advising. Students from various colleges walk into the advising… Keep Reading

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Sculpting Success

Every great work of art is the product of a unique process. The famous Mona Lisa by Leonardo da Vinci is made… Keep Reading

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Life After the Mask

As a young girl growing up in Garland, Texas, it may have been hard for Christi Chadwell to imagine that her life… Keep Reading

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Talk Dairy To Me

Growing up in a large city like Goiania, Brazil, may not sound all that compatible with dairy cattle research. However, Dr. Vinicius… Keep Reading

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The Man Behind the Mic

The red dirt music scene has been a tradition and passion in west Texas for years. Ample number of artist have been… Keep Reading

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Fight or Flight

Every day young individuals across Africa see the issues and live the problems of their people. The issues they face range from… Keep Reading

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A Smoking Success Story

Texas is known for a variety of foods and their large, flavorful portions. Barbecue is a classic choice for many who reside… Keep Reading

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A New Crop Of Leaders

In an effort to develop advocates and future leaders for the sorghum industry, the United Sorghum Checkoff Program created the Leadership Sorghum… Keep Reading

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Event Center Creates a New Home

The Bayer Museum of Agriculture has changed the way agriculture groups are meeting in Lubbock and the South Plains area. The Plains… Keep Reading

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Cassava is Key

In the fight against world hunger, Cheryl Williams is dollars away from saving a nation with a root. Williams is a doctoral… Keep Reading

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Where’s the Meat?

Many Lubbock locals, as well as students and faculty of Texas Tech University, know where you can get some of the best… Keep Reading

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