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Features

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    The Real Crop Dusters

    Amid threats to their population, bees are busy hopscotching through farms and orchards so we can enjoy the fruits of their labor—and we don’t just mean honey

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    Engaged in History

    Civil War re-enactors summon the strife of our forefathers for the honor of memory and the love of burning powder


Departments

TCP Talk

    Currents

    Everything Under the Sun

    Some of the stuff we looked into while you were reading last month’s issue

    CO-OP PEOPLE

    Time To Call the Bug Guy

    Expert at Texas Parks and Wildlife keeps us from getting stung by mistakes

    Energy Notes

    Keep Your Cool in the Kitchen

    Tips on how to make a meal without using energy

    TEXAS USA

    In Another Era, Room for All

    One of the oldest remaining one-room schoolhouses met book-learning needs for generations in Zimmerscheidt community

    OBSERVATIONS

    Breaking Bread, Binding the Family

    Over sit-down dinners, extended family passes the gravy and forks over the accounts of the day

    Texas History

    The First Madam Sheriffs

    Emma Daugherty Banister and Edna Reed Clayton Dewees wore badges of honor as law-enforcement pioneers

    TCP Kitchen

    The Morning Blues

    A blueberry breakfast is just one way to begin a fruitful day

    June 2013 Photo Contest

    Focus on Texas: Underwater

    Do you open your eyes underwater? This is what you’ll see if you do.

    Hit the Road

    Caddo Mounds

    Hasinai people left behind remarkable proof of their culture at Caddo Mounds State Historic Site—not to mention their friendly nature



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