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  • NPR helping us ask why?

    NPR helping us ask why?
    You never know where questioning assumptions, looking at your surroundings in a new light, or viewing challenges in a new light will take you. Thank you for Livingston + McKay for sitting down with us to chat about perspectives - and the power of why? Listen here. Transcript below: THE TEXAS DROUGHT OF 2011 WAS MERCILESS. 100 YEAR OLD OAK TREES DIED, VEGETATION WILTED UNDER UNBEARABLE HEAT EXCEPT FOR ONE AND IT WAS FLOURISHING. The...
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  • NPR Morning Edition - The Buzz on our forgotten American tea plant

    NPR Morning Edition - The Buzz on our forgotten American tea plant
    Do you ever have those “pinch me” moments? Is this really happening? Well that certainly was our experience as Murray Carpenter invited NPR Morning Edition listeners to Cat Spring, TX check out our story.  Transcript: During a severe drought in 2011, JennaDee Detro noticed that many trees on the family cattle ranch in Cat Spring, Texas, withered, but a certain evergreen holly appeared vigorous. It's called a yaupon. "The best we can tell is that...
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