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Copy of Postcard: Prairie Grasses - Texas Parks and Wildlife [Official]

Postcard From Texas: Prairie Grasses With over 570 species, subspecies, and varieties of grasses, Texas leads the United States in numbers of grasses. The grasslands of Texas comprise seven geographic regions: (1) the Blackland Prairies (including the Grand, San Antonio, and Fayette), (2) the Coastal Prairie (including the Sand Plain), (3) the Rolling Plains (including the Rolling Red Prairie), (4) the Edwards Plateau, (5) the High Plains, (6) the South Texas Plains, and (7) the Trans-Pecos. David D. Diamond, "GRASSLANDS," Handbook of Texas Online (http://www.tshaonline.org/handbook/online/articles/gqg01). Published by the Texas State Historical Association.

Texas Parks and Wildlife Commission Chairman Dan Allen Hughes, Jr

Meet the Chairman of the Texas Parks and Wildlife Commission, Dan Allen Hughes, Jr. For more information about the Commission, visit https://tpwd.texas.gov/business/feedback/meetings/

Texas Parks and Wildlife Commissioner Roberto De Hoyos

Esta semana se reunió la Comisión del Departamento de Parques y Vida Silvestre de Texas. ¿Qué lograron, y por qué es importante para los Texanos?

Earl Golding, Texas Freshwater Fishing Hall of Fame - Texas Parks and Wildlife [Official]

EARL GOLDING 1998 Golding is known as the father of bass fishing tournaments. A sports writer for the Waco Tribune-Herald, Golding started the first bass fishing tournament, the Texas State Championship, which is still being held after 50-plus years.

Nick Creme, Texas Freshwater Fisheries Hall of Fame - Texas Parks and Wildlife [Official]

NICK CRÈME 1998 Crème invented the modern plastic worm in 1949 while living in Ohio. He later moved his company to Tyler, Texas, to take advantage of the exploding market for fishing tackle as bass fishing became more popular in Texas. http://tpwd.texas.gov/spdest/visitorcenters/tffc/

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