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By Jason B. Moats
cloth / 978-1-58544-572-1 / $45.00 x
paper / 978-1-58544-586-8 / $19.95
“In many cases, the communities most ill-prepared to deal with . . . terrorism incidents,” Jason B. Moats writes in the introduction to this book, “are the rural ... More
By Wayne T. Hamilton, Allan McGinty, Darrell N. Ueckert, C. Wayne Hanselka and Michelle R. Lee
cloth / 978-1-58544-355-0 / $50.00 s
paper / 978-1-58544-357-4 / $26.00
The presence of brush in rangeland environments continually tops the list of priority issues among landowners, and not just in Texas. Whether they manage their land for livestock, ... More
Edited by Kevin M. Heinz, Raymond E. Frisbie and Carlos E. Bográn
cloth / 978-1-58544-432-8 / $45.00 s
Insects affect the health and well-being of humans every day, everywhere, so the entomology departments that study them make a crucial contribution to many aspects of life. Indeed, ... More
By Stephen Welton Taber
cloth / 978-0-89096-945-8 / $29.95
In the early years of the twentieth century, South American fire ants crossed the Caribbean and invaded the shores of the southeastern United States. These imported fire ants ... More
By Pamela Walker
Foreword by C. Allan Jones
Photography by Linda Walsh
flexbound (with flaps) / 978-1-60344-107-0 / $23.00
As more and more people seek locally grown food, independent, family owned and operated agriculture has expanded, creating local networks for selling and buying produce, meat, and dairy ... More
By H. O. Kunkel
cloth / 978-0-89096-927-4 / $39.95 s
As agriculture employs advanced technology, the new industrialization that evolves leaves behind unresolved problems including those of human nutrition and hunger. Concerns for health, global warming, and food ... More
By James Lang
Foreword by Hubert G. Zandstra
cloth / 978-1-58544-138-9 / $49.95 s
paper / 978-1-58544-154-9 / $24.95
The potato has a larger story to tell than its humble status suggests. In this fascinating account of the potato and its role in human history—and the human ... More
By C. Allan Jones
cloth / 978-1-58544-418-2 / $40.00 s
paper / 978-1-58544-429-8 / $19.95
In today’s Texas, with its growing urban populations and big-city lifestyles, it is worth remembering that in 1850 only 10 percent of Texans lived in towns with as ... More
Edited by Jim Norwine, John R. Giardino and Sushma Krishnamurthy
Foreword by Leo Sayavedra
hardcover / 978-1-58544-326-0 / $65.00 x
More than the economy, more than changing demographics, evenmore than education, water is the key to the future of Texas. It is not much of an overstatement ... More
By Delwin E. Benson, Ross ‘Skip’ Shelton and Don W. Steinbach
Edited by Judy F. Winn
paper / 978-1-58544-445-8 / $19.95 s
Who owns wildlife? Common law, upheld by judicial decision, says that wildlife is owned in common by all citizens, and governments have the authority to manage wildlife on ... More