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Jack Hanna Five Millionth Volume Celebration Offshore Drilling: The Promise of Discovery

Jack Hanna

Jungle Jack brings his live show, featuring many of his favorite animal friends, as well as fascinating and humorous stories and footage from his adventures around the world to Texas A&M on Feb. 28.

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Five Millionth Volume Celebration

The University Libraries celebrates its milestone five millionth volume with a visit from George R.R. Martin.

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Offshore Drilling: The Promise of Discovery

This exhibit tells the story of offshore drilling, covering all aspects of the search for oil offshore, with a special look at the geology of finding oil, focusing on exploration of the Gulf of Mexico.

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Landscape Design Study Series XXIII, Course I

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Begins: Monday, September 10, 2012
Ends: Tuesday, September 11, 2012
8:00 am – 3:00 pm
Landscape Design Course I will feature some of the best and most popular instructors from the past as well as an outstanding featured speaker for our "outside" topic. Dr. Neil Odenwald who was for many years head of the Landscape Architecture Department at Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge will present "Principles and Elements of Landscape Design" and "Planning Your Home Grounds". Both these topics will provide inspiration and new ideas for improving our home landscapes. Dr. Alice LeDuc, has been on the horticulture faculty at Duke University for many years and has now returned to her home state and is teaching at Texas State University at San Marcos. She will discuss "Landscape Design Resources" which puts all of the design related professions into perspective and helps participants understands how the best utilize them in their own projects. Barbara Coody is a local, practicing Landscape Architect and certified historian and will present enlightening information relating development of landscape design in the past and how these influences can be adapted for today's home and garden. She will speak on "Development of Landscape Design".
Christ United Methodist Church
4201 State Hwy 6
College Station TX 77845
Directions: # If you are coming from south of town, take Hwy 6 north to the William D Fitch Prkwy exit. Continue up the feeder past the Fitch intersection. The church is located a half a mile up the feeder. # If you are coming from the north, take Hwy 6 south to the William D Fitch Prkwy exit. Make a u-turn under the overpass at Fitch. Continue north along the Hwy 6 feeder and the church is a half mile up the road. Navasota, exit at the sign designated "40". At the next intersection (Wm Fitch), turn left under the freeway and continue back towards College Station on the access road. The church will be on the right.
Department of Horticultural Science
Cynthia Mueller
Additional Information
Registration materials may be downloaded from the site listed, requested from Mrs. Nell Zeigler, (, 254-865-2904, 3190 County Rd. 267, Oglesby, TX 76561), or Ms. Cynthia Mueller, Department of Extension Horticulture, 225 HFSB TAMU MS 2134, College Station, TX 77843-2134, by telephone (979)845-7344 or by e-mail at
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