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Features

    Feature

    A Hidden Man’s Gem

    Eccentric hermit Elmer Kleb helped transform his family homestead near Houston into a woodland preserve

    Feature

    Thirst for Knowledge

    Ancient watering hole-turned-Aquarena Springs resurfaces as research center at Texas State University


Departments

Letters to the Editor

    Web Extras

    January 2019 Web Extras

    Find exclusive online content from this issue

    TCP Kitchen

    Sunny Citrus

    In celebration of our 75th anniversary, we look back at a recipe from our archives—as we will do every month this year. This month we feature Frozen Lime Pie from July 1950.

    January 2019 Photo Contest

    Focus on Texas: Harvest

    We got a bumper crop—gigantic cabbage, delicious blueberries and heavy machinery gathering grain

    75th Anniversary

    75th Anniversary Timeline: Food and Drink

    Highlighting events and milestones in history that coincide with Texas Co-op Power’s 75 years of publication

    Currents

    A National Holiday and a Texas Treasure

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

    Texas History

    Still Empowering People

    Texas Co-op Power celebrates 75 years of chronicling the cooperative movement

    Texas USA

    Rustling Roses

    The quest to save antique varieties lost to the market

    Observations

    Sweeping Changes

    How electric co-ops and Electrolux brought the modern age to the plains of Texas

    Energy Efficiency

    Celebrate National Cut Your Energy Costs Day

    A few small changes can add up to big savings all year long

    Hit the Road

    North Texas Rail Yard

    Cleburne’s mural and museums hark back to the town’s transportation and Native American past



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