News and Updates

Texans Celebrate Arbor Day At Bush Presidential Library and Museum

Nov. 6, 2015 — COLLEGE STATION, Texas — Texans from across the state gathered today to honor all of the ways trees enrich lives and stabilize the environment during the State Arbor Day celebration at the George Bush Presidential Library and Museum in College Station. The festivities closed out a year-long celebration of Texas A&M […]

Cow-calf grazing practices could determine, mitigate greenhouse gas emissions

VERNON – Reducing greenhouse gas emissions in the Southern Great Plains could require a change of grazing management by traditional cow-calf producers, according to a study by Texas A&M AgriLife Research.   Adaptive multi-paddock grazing is an advanced, more efficient form of rotational grazing and is a potential option to reduce net greenhouse gas emissions, […]

Aggies on the Air

On-campus rock radio station will provide hands-on experience for Texas A&M students “On Air” – the red sign glows brightly in the Agriculture and Life Sciences (AGLS) Building hallway, symbolizing a new era of experiential learning for students in Texas A&M University’s growing radio program. The AGLS Building on West Campus will now house College […]

Texas 4-H Youth Development joins with Molina Foundation in youth literacy

COLLEGE STATION – Texas 4-H Youth Development, the youth outreach component of the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service, has joined with the California-based Molina Foundation to support youth literacy throughout Texas. “The Molina Foundation’s mission is to reduce disparities in access to education and health opportunities,” said Dr. Toby Lepley, assistant state 4-H leader. “One […]