[Farmer Holding a Baby]

[Farmer Holding a Baby]

Date: unknown
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of a farmer wearing overalls and a hat, standing in a flock of sheep while holding a young child. Chickens are in the background.
Contributing Partner: Killeen City Library System
A Short Biography of Lucas C. Brite

A Short Biography of Lucas C. Brite

Date: unknown
Creator: Galindo, Israel
Description: This is a research paper written by Israel Galindo for an American History Class at Marfa High School. It is a biographical account of the L.C. Brite family and their ranching business in West Texas. It includes an eyewitness account of the raid on the ranch in 1917 by Louisa Romero.
Contributing Partner: Marfa Public Library
[Hand touching micro vegetables]

[Hand touching micro vegetables]

Date: August 28, 2006
Creator: Castillo, José L.
Description: Photograph of a hand touching micro vegetables in soil. Thanks to a new combined organic and artisan technique with technology, Mexican grower Salvador Huiza waters, sows, and cuts thousands of micro vegetables in a matter of hours in the greenhouse where he works north of Fort Worth, Texas. The harvest of these miniature vegetables, obtained through a procedure where water and earth are used without pesticides, is drawing the attention of restaurants and markets in the area. "The difference is specifically in the flavor; it is much more concentrated than conventional vegetables,” Huiza points out. For a few months he is in charge of the growth of more than 20 varieties of miniature vegetables in the greenhouse Greens Genes.
Contributing Partner: UNT Archives
[Salvador Huiza examining micro vegetables]

[Salvador Huiza examining micro vegetables]

Date: August 28, 2006
Creator: Castillo, José L.
Description: Photograph of Salvador Huiza, wearing a baseball cap, tending to containers full of green, micro vegetables. Thanks to a new combined organic and artisan technique with technology, Mexican grower Salvador Huiza waters, sows, and cuts thousands of micro vegetables in a matter of hours in the greenhouse where he works north of Fort Worth, Texas. The harvest of these miniature vegetables, obtained through a procedure where water and earth are used without pesticides, is drawing the attention of restaurants and markets in the area. "The difference is specifically in the flavor; it is much more concentrated than conventional vegetables,” Huiza points out. For a few months he is in charge of the growth of more than 20 varieties of miniature vegetables in the greenhouse Greens Genes.
Contributing Partner: UNT Archives
[Salvador Huiza tending the micro vegetables]

[Salvador Huiza tending the micro vegetables]

Date: August 28, 2006
Creator: Castillo, José L.
Description: Photograph of Salvador Huiza, wearing a baseball cap, tending to containers full of green, micro vegetables. Thanks to a new combined organic and artisan technique with technology, Mexican grower Salvador Huiza waters, sows, and cuts thousands of micro vegetables in a matter of hours in the greenhouse where he works north of Fort Worth, Texas. The harvest of these miniature vegetables, obtained through a procedure where water and earth are used without pesticides, is drawing the attention of restaurants and markets in the area. "The difference is specifically in the flavor; it is much more concentrated than conventional vegetables,” Huiza points out. For a few months he is in charge of the growth of more than 20 varieties of miniature vegetables in the greenhouse Greens Genes.
Contributing Partner: UNT Archives
[Seeds through a sieve]

[Seeds through a sieve]

Date: August 28, 2006
Creator: Castillo, José L.
Description: Photograph of Salvador Huiza using a sieve to plant seeds. Thanks to a new combined organic and artisan technique with technology, Mexican grower Salvador Huiza waters, sows, and cuts thousands of micro vegetables in a matter of hours in the greenhouse where he works north of Fort Worth, Texas. The harvest of these miniature vegetables, obtained through a procedure where water and earth are used without pesticides, is drawing the attention of restaurants and markets in the area. "The difference is specifically in the flavor; it is much more concentrated than conventional vegetables,” Huiza points out. For a few months he is in charge of the growth of more than 20 varieties of miniature vegetables in the greenhouse Greens Genes.
Contributing Partner: UNT Archives
[Growing micro vegetables in soil]

[Growing micro vegetables in soil]

Date: August 28, 2006
Creator: Castillo, José L.
Description: Photograph of micro vegetables in soil growing in the foreground as Salvador Huiza uses a sieve to plant seeds in the background. Thanks to a new combined organic and artisan technique with technology, Mexican grower Salvador Huiza waters, sows, and cuts thousands of micro vegetables in a matter of hours in the greenhouse where he works north of Fort Worth, Texas. The harvest of these miniature vegetables, obtained through a procedure where water and earth are used without pesticides, is drawing the attention of restaurants and markets in the area. "The difference is specifically in the flavor; it is much more concentrated than conventional vegetables,” Huiza points out. For a few months he is in charge of the growth of more than 20 varieties of miniature vegetables in the greenhouse Greens Genes.
Contributing Partner: UNT Archives
[Examining micro vegetables]

[Examining micro vegetables]

Date: August 28, 2006
Creator: Castillo, José L.
Description: Photograph of Salvador Huiza, wearing a baseball cap, tending to containers full of green, micro vegetables. Thanks to a new combined organic and artisan technique with technology, Mexican grower Salvador Huiza waters, sows, and cuts thousands of micro vegetables in a matter of hours in the greenhouse where he works north of Fort Worth, Texas. The harvest of these miniature vegetables, obtained through a procedure where water and earth are used without pesticides, is drawing the attention of restaurants and markets in the area. "The difference is specifically in the flavor; it is much more concentrated than conventional vegetables,” Huiza points out. For a few months he is in charge of the growth of more than 20 varieties of miniature vegetables in the greenhouse Greens Genes.
Contributing Partner: UNT Archives
[Planting seeds]

[Planting seeds]

Date: August 23, 2006
Creator: Castillo, José L.
Description: Photograph of a farmer tending trays of growing vegetables. Thanks to a new combined organic and artisan technique with technology, Mexican grower Salvador Huiza waters, sows, and cuts thousands of micro vegetables in a matter of hours in the greenhouse where he works north of Fort Worth, Texas. The harvest of these miniature vegetables, obtained through a procedure where water and earth are used without pesticides, is drawing the attention of restaurants and markets in the area. "The difference is specifically in the flavor; it is much more concentrated than conventional vegetables,” Huiza points out. For a few months he is in charge of the growth of more than 20 varieties of miniature vegetables in the greenhouse Greens Genes.
Contributing Partner: UNT Archives
Coffee plants grown by Geo. Holstein, 1938

Coffee plants grown by Geo. Holstein, 1938

Date: 1938
Creator: Steelman
Description: Photograph of George Holstein. George Holstein is shown tending to his coffee plants inside of his garden. The plants are held up with wood and string and are enclosed with a wooden fence.
Contributing Partner: Childress County Heritage Museum
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