Brandon Sagraves is a wildlife biology major who describes his time at Texas Tech University as the best experience of his life.
Sarah Hollers did not know what doors might close after leaving her position as a wildlife officer to raise her two nieces and nephew. But a new door opened when she was tapped to serve as the first Department of Natural Resource Management Academic Advisor at her alma mater, Texas Tech University.
From a young age, she knew her passion would eventually lead her career.
The air is cool and dry with the usual Lubbock breeze blowing.
As a kid, Brandon Ray would head up to Palo Duro Canyon once or twice a year to visit his grandparents’ ranch that has been in the Ray family since 1948. When Ray realized he could go to college at Texas Tech University, only an hour and a half from the ranch, he knew that was where he was meant to be.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) partnered with the High Plains Underground Water Conservation […]
“We are applying eDNA to new species in this case, and that will provide new opportunities for natural resources management.”
David Weindorf, Ph.D., knew when Chien-Lu Ping retired from academics his knowledge of arctic soils would be leaving […]