Texas A&M-Texarkana/Bowie County Master Gardeners to Present Program on Beekeeping
TEXARKANA, Texas – Texas A&M-Texarkana and the Bowie County Master Gardeners will present a program on “Beekeeping,” Monday (Mar 12) in the University Center on the A&M-Texarkana campus, 7101 University Avenue, Texarkana, Texas, from 6:00 pm until 8:00 pm.
James Lamb and his wife are presenting the program. They are owners of Southwest Arkansas Beekeeping Supplies in Fulton, Arkansas. James works for the University of Arkansas Southwest Research and Extension Center in Hope Arkansas, he is a member of Texarkana Beekeepers, Hempstead County Master Gardeners, and is currently the President of the Miller County Red Dirt Master Gardeners.
With eight years’ experience in beekeeping, James will be answering questions about becoming a beekeeper and getting started in beekeeping. As raising bees grows more popular by the day, James will have hands-on material to show how it is an exciting hobby with added benefits.
The class is free and open to the public and will take place in the Science and Technology Building, Room 306.
For more information, contact Shelley Caraway, executive director of Extended Education and Community Development, at EECD@tamut.edu or (903) 334-6683.
A&M-Texarkana to present virtual lecture on climate change
TEXARKANA, Texas – Dr. Tim Palmer, Senior Royal Society Professor from Oxford University in Oxford, England, will present a lecture on climate change for the Program for Learning and Community Engagement (PLACE) at Texas A&M University-Texarkana, 7101 University Avenue, Texarkana, TX.
The virtual lecture will take place in UC 217 from 12:00-1:00 PM on Tuesday, March 6. It is free and open to the public.
Tim Palmer is an internationally renowned meteorologist with a particular interest in the predictability and dynamics of the weather and climate. He has spent most of his career working on the dynamics and predictability of weather and climate.
PLACE is a faculty-led program designed to create a community of learners comprising A&M-Texarkana students, faculty, staff and the community at large. PLACE chooses an annual theme around which to organize a lecture series and other activities that provide focal points for learning and discussion. This year’s theme is “science and technology.”
For more information, contact Dr. Corrine Hinton, PLACE chair, at Corrine.Hinton@tamut.edu and visit the PLACE website at www.tamut.edu/PLACE.