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La ex primera dama Laura Bush visita el Valle de Texas

Telemundo 40 - November 8, 2017

Rodeada de agentes del Servicio Secreto, la ex primera dama Laura Bush junto a niños de la primaria Palmer en la ciudad de Pharr, sembraron plantas nativas de Texas en el jardín escolar. “Es muy buena educación para los estudiantes, el grupo de pequeños que caminó conmigo en el jardín pudieron identificar las distintas plantasRead More

Fox News Special Report: First Lady Laura Bush visits PSJA Elementary to kick off program

Fox News South Texas - November 8, 2017

First Lady Laura Bush visited Geraldine Palmer Elementary in Pharr to celebrate her “Texans by Nature” program teaming up with the Lower Rio Grande Valley Learning Landscape Collaborative and naming them a Conservation Wrangler. “Television, I-pad, or I-phone, see our parents when we were little said, go outside and play and that’s what were hopingRead More

Former First Lady Visits Valley School District

KVEO-TV - November 8, 2017

PHARR, Texas – Former First Lady Laura Bush partnered up with local organizations to engage students and teachers. Their goal is to incorporate native habitat gardens as outdoor classrooms. This morning Mrs. Bush visited Geraldine Palmer Elementary in Pharr to celebrate the Lower Rio Grande Valley Learning Landscapes Collaborative Designation. As a Texan by NatureRead More

Former first lady highlights PSJA campus as conservation example

The Monitor - November 9, 2017

PHARR — Third-graders at Geraldine Palmer Elementary school gathered at their school library Wednesday morning to greet visitors from Washington, D.C., Albuquerque, New Mexico, and Dallas who were recognizing their school district for their habitat conservation efforts. Among the visitors was former first lady Laura Bush. “What we want to do in our state, withRead More

Former first lady highlights PSJA campus as conservation example

Valley Morning Star - November 8, 2017

PHARR — Third-graders at Geraldine Palmer Elementary school gathered at their school library Wednesday morning to greet visitors from Washington, D.C., Albuquerque, New Mexico, and Dallas who were recognizing their school district for their habitat conservation efforts. Among the visitors was former first lady Laura Bush. “What we want to do in our state, withRead More

Former first lady visits Valley

The Brownsville Herald - November 8, 2017

PHARR — Third-graders at Geraldine Palmer Elementary school gathered Wednesday morning at their school library to greet visitors from Washington, D.C., Albuquerque, New Mexico and Dallas who were recognizing their school district for its habitat conservation efforts. Among the visitors was former first lady Laura Bush. Bush helped found the organization Texan by Nature inRead More

PSJA ISD, part of Lower Rio Grande Valley Learning Landscapes Collaborative Designated a Conservation Wrangler by Texan by Nature

Your Valley Voice - October 13, 2017

Lower Rio Grande Valley Learning Landscapes Collaborative (LRGV LL) has been designated a valued partner as a Conservation Wrangler by Austin-based, nonprofit Texan by Nature for the creation of native habitats as learning centers as part of a multi-school district initiative in South Texas. Founded by former First Lady Laura Bush, Texan by Nature’s missionRead More

Here’s how Laura Bush is helping attract butterflies to Klyde Warren Park

The Dallas Morning News - November 2, 2017

Former first lady Laura Bush is following the wildflower-lined path of Lady Bird Johnson as a staunch advocate of native plants, wildlife and conserving the natural beauty of Texas. “I always really admired Lady Bird Johnson,” Bush said recently at an event at Klyde Warren Park in Dallas. “Her efforts to use native plants really showed usRead More

Klyde Warren Park — Monarch Wrangler

Green Dallas - October 25, 2017

It sounds like the title of the next epic western: Klyde Warren Park – Monarch Wrangler; instead, it’s a proud designation for this urban oasis bestowed by former First Lady Laura Bush as part of the Texan by Nature program. This time every year, Monarch butterflies migrate through Dallas to warmer areas in Mexico toRead More

Monarch Butterfly: The treatened species– and Texas’ official state butterfly– is getting a hand from Laura Bush’s Texan by Nature

Authentic Texas - September 18, 2017

Look into the pale blue Texas sky this fall, and you may be fortunate enough to see a group of Monarch butterflies, known as a kaleidoscope, filling the sky. The Monarch, designated the Texas state butterfly in 1995, takes a remarkable 3,000-mile journey every year, leaving their fall perch in locations as far north asRead More