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    Generations ago, people widely planted the Kentucky-31 variety of tall fescue in pastures. The hardy grass produced good volume and fought tenaciously against drought, and was even called the “wonder grass.”

      This spring semester marked the beginning of a unique course opportunity for students within the Texas A&M College of Agriculture and Life Sciences to explore wildlife conservation through the lens of a multifaceted practice that has sustained humans for millennia and is foundational to …

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