Just north of Petersburg, in the High Plains of West Texas, lies what seems to be dry, unmanaged fields. The surface is cracked from the heat, and corn cobs from the past harvest litter the fields. But what actually lies in RN Hopper’s fields is anything but dry and unkempt. Beneath the surface is a world breaming with life and a future in sustainable agriculture.
Returning to the farm meant living out a life-long dream for Jeremy Brown. Yet, it was risky. He had a dependable desk job, but that wasn’t the life he wanted. Brown not only continued on the legacy of being a fourth generation farmer; he also attended college at Texas Tech University.
Pinkerton’s Distillery is original to West Texas and is the first and only distillery in Lubbock to produce rum. When explaining the distillation process, Lucas is proud that his products are 100 percent Texan.
During his college days, Stetson Corman proudly wore the Texas Tech Rodeo Team’s black vest with the Double […]
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?
The 37th Annual Distinguished Alumni and Outstanding Young Alumni Awards Reception and Dinner were held for the College […]
The Texas Alliance for Water Conservation is working to help farmers utilize technology to conserve underground water. The […]