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McDonald Observatory, Partners Create World’s Largest International Dark Sky Reserve

FORT DAVIS, Texas, U.S. and COAHUILA, Mexico — The University of Texas at Austin’s McDonald Observatory, The Nature Conservancy – Davis Mountain...

Nature Notes | In the Guadalupes, Geologists Trace Pangaea and the...

In the Guadalupes, Geologists Trace Pangaea and the Paleozoic Past By Andrew Stuart The mountainous landscapes of West Texas testify to diverse aspects of the Earth's...

Growing Tomatoes in Culberson County

No Such Thing as a Green Thumb By Joy Scott

Nature Notes | In Dental Plaque, A Glimpse into Daily Life...

In Dental Plaque, A Glimpse into Daily Life in a Prehistoric Desert City By Andrew Stuart “History” is said to begin with the written word. And...

A Victorious Garden

Master Gardeners, Cooperative Extension transform Methodist church courtyard into Learning Garden By Shanna Cummings The Methodist church courtyard has undergone the first stage of a transformation...

Nature Notes | Beyond the Peak

Eric Leonard fell in love with Far West Texas as a ranger in Big Bend, and became superintendent at Guadalupe Mountains...

NO SUCH THING AS A GREEN THUMB

Joy Scott has been a lifelong student of gardening and the natural world. She shared this interest with her late husband, Gerald...

Nature Notes | Lovely, Dark and Deep

Lovely, Dark and Deep: “Good Burns” in the West Texas Sky Islands By Andrew Stuart Catastrophic wildfires have become numbingly familiar in the 21st Century American...

Valentine’s Day postmark is 30 years strong

Valentine, TX Post Office Offers Special Valentine’s Day Postmark For over 30 years,...

Nature Notes | Data Dump

Data Dump: West Texas Sloth Dung Find Brings the Ice Age to Life By Andrew Stuart West Texas has a rich history in...
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