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This project will test and document the effectiveness of composting in destroying water hyacinth and its seeds.

This project will test and document the effectiveness of composting in destroying water hyacinth and its seeds.

The Texas-Sized Hot Rod Shopping Cart by H-E-B Stores

The Texas-Sized Hot Rod Shopping Cart by H-E-B Stores

H-E-B Stores uses a Texas-sized hot rod shopping cart to promote its brand at parades and other events. The giant cart is gas-powered and can be driven like a car

Interactive display at Spring Lake Hall

Interactive display at Spring Lake Hall

Gas shale by Jacobo Shemaria, via Flickr

Gas shale by Jacobo Shemaria, via Flickr

Texas Attorney General Candidate: "Texas Is Preparing To Secede"  http://beforeitsnews.com/alternative/2013/10/texas-attorney-general-candidate-texas-is-preparing-to-secede-2786570.html

Texas Attorney General Candidate: "Texas Is Preparing To Secede" http://beforeitsnews.com/alternative/2013/10/texas-attorney-general-candidate-texas-is-preparing-to-secede-2786570.html

Highland Lakes Master Naturalists

Highland Lakes Master Naturalists

www.commanderben.com  great blog to bookmark and look into some time....dyslexia

www.commanderben.com great blog to bookmark and look into some time....dyslexia

A rare and unusual amphibian, the Texas blind salamander, Eurycea rathbuni, lives entirely in the persistent darkness of water-filled caves connected to the Edwards Aquifer in Hays County, Texas. It has no eyes or skin pigment, and frond-like external gills protrude from its neck.  Despite its lack of vision, heightened senses make it a skilled predator—it roams the underwater habitat hunting tiny snails and shrimp by sensing pressure waves in the water.

A rare and unusual amphibian, the Texas blind salamander, Eurycea rathbuni, lives entirely in the persistent darkness of water-filled caves connected to the Edwards Aquifer in Hays County, Texas. It has no eyes or skin pigment, and frond-like external gills protrude from its neck. Despite its lack of vision, heightened senses make it a skilled predator—it roams the underwater habitat hunting tiny snails and shrimp by sensing pressure waves in the water.

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