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The condition of our Native Hill Country habitat matters to everyone, whether a rancher, a small landowner or a city dweller. Well-managed native habitat captures rainwater more efficiently, is better wildlife habitat, better livestock range, more sustainable and more beautiful than poorly managed land. The main problems landowners face are overgrazing, past and present, over-browsing, cedar encroachment, erosion and exotic plants and animals. Forces working against the conservation and preservation of the Hill Country include the loss of farm and ranch land to development, land fragmentation, projected population increase, and a population increasingly disconnected and disinterested in nature and natural areas. Learn from a Texas Master Naturalist what we can do about all of this?  

1 session

Instructor : Multiple Instructor :
 1.Jeff Anderson  2.Jim Stanley Ph. D. 

Weekly - Thu 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM (4/19/2018-4/19/2018)

Location : Dietert Center Location : 
  Dietert Center.

Room :  Rm K

Start date: 04/19/18

Tuition: $20.00

Call 830-792-4044 to register


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We live our everyday lives within a complex web of performances and texts, but we barely pay attention to these vernacular artifacts.  In fact, they are often invisible to us. These performances and texts are significant, nonetheless, because they tell us who we are, what we believe, and how we respond to the uncertainties of the world around us.  It is my hope that after attending this course, you can never look at everyday life the same way again.  Price includes lunch.  

1 session

Instructor : Multiple Instructor :
 1.Jeff Anderson  2.Charlie McCormick Ph.D. 

Weekly - Tue 11:30 AM - 1:30 PM (4/24/2018-4/24/2018)

Location : Schreiner Cailloux Student Center Location : 
  Schreiner Cailloux Student Center.

Room :  Student Center

Start date: 04/24/18

Tuition: $40.00



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Over a Trillion Dollars and the loss of 4500 American lives make the Iraq War one of the most costly in American history.  This class will examine the history of the United States’ involvement in the Iraq war and lessons learned along the way.  Delivered by a diplomat who spent over four years directly supporting the military in the conflict zone; participants will share his experiences, view interesting photographs and gain insights into the U. S. involvement in this long and costly conflict. All to help you understand what actually happened and why.  

1 session

Instructor : Multiple Instructor :
 1.Jeff Anderson  2.Walter Koenig III MS 

Weekly - Thu 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM (4/26/2018-4/26/2018)

Location : Dietert Center Location : 
  Dietert Center.

Room :  Rm K

Start date: 04/26/18

Tuition: $20.00



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