When Lindsay Hamer started her communications internship at the Texas Peanut Producers Board, she thought she had a good understanding of what her day-to-day responsibilities would be: writing press releases, making social media posts, and answering phones. But as she climbed into the 8-foot tall Tex P. Nut mascot uniform, she started to wonder what she had gotten herself into.
“I really wish I could somehow speak loud enough that somebody would hear and make it easier for kids to grow this business.”
The College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources at Texas Tech University has a reputation for taking care of its students.
With our world’s rapidly increasing population and growing demand for food, innovation in the agricultural industry is more […]
The 2017 WreckShop took place March 6 -7 at the Landscape Architecture Pavilion and the Museum of Texas […]
Established in 2014, the High Plains Chapter of The Wine and Food Foundation is a membership-based, non-profit organization […]
LUBBOCK, TX – Given the deadline to revise a bill in 12 to18 months, cotton farmers and legislators […]
The Texas Tech University Department of Animal and Food Sciences is using its new animal shelter management course […]
In January, the Food and Drug Administration introduced a final rule that regulates the use of veterinary feed […]
The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) partnered with the High Plains Underground Water Conservation […]
The United Sorghum Checkoff Program and the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Agricultural Research Services are teaming up to […]
The 67-year-old Agricultural Education and Communications building is getting a facelift in the spring and summer of 2017. […]
The College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources at Texas Tech University is preparing to interview and select […]
The 2016-2017 cotton crop year on the High Plains exceeded the expectations of many, including Plains Cotton Cooperative […]
The drone industry is up in the air, but continues to grow rapidly allowing agriculturists like David […]
Wildfires are known for their destructive and reckless behavior on the South Plains. However, Robin Verble, Ph.D., in […]
During his college days, Stetson Corman proudly wore the Texas Tech Rodeo Team’s black vest with the Double […]
Victim to a fashion industry that prioritized quantity over quality, what was once held in such high esteem is now seen as trivial to most consumers. Imitated, an imposter yet a successor: cotton has a copy.
After graduating from Texas Tech in 2009, Braden Gruhlkey had to make a tough choice: would he be an ag teacher, or would he pursue the difficult and risky lifestyle of being a farmer?
A recent study found that feeding infants peanut products can reduce their chance for developing a peanut-related allergy […]
While striving to be one of the top programs in the nation, the Department of Natural Resources Management […]
The Texas Tech agricultural communications program has implemented a block course structure for its seniors, allowing students to […]