Introducing the Howdy Farm Blog!

21 Feb

The Sustainable Agriculture Student Association now has its own blog! It still needs some work, but we’re going to start posting updates and important info immediately. If you are interested in future projects, research and great opportunities with Howdy! Farm, be sure to subscribe today because we have a lot coming up quick!

You can expect to see a post about our Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) opportunity for Residents in the Bryan/College Station area as well as a brief synopsis of our new plans for an Educational Greenhouse Facility (which will use solar and rainwater technologies). So subscribe, share this with your friends and stay tuned!



One Response to “Introducing the Howdy Farm Blog!”

  1. Elizabeth Craig February 22, 2012 at 7:40 pm #


    My name is Elizabeth Craig, and I am writing a story about the Howdy! Farm for The AgriLeader magazine.

    I want to inform our readers about how and why the farm started, what new plans are in store for the future, and how people can sign up to volunteer.

    If anyone wants to or is willing to do an interview for the magazine, please let me know! I would love to hear your comments! I have a deadline for a first draft due by Friday, Feb. 24th at 5:00 p.m., so if you are able to interview before then, give me a call or text at (972)-921-0151, Facebook me, or email me at

    Even if you are not able to set up an appointment before Friday, you can still interview afterwards to be featured in the final story!

    I look forward to hearing from you!

    Thanks and Gig’ Em!
    Elizabeth Craig

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