Texas Tech University

Texas Tech Climate Center to Host First Science by the Glass of Semester

Paul Tubbs

September 12, 2022

Texas Tech Alumni and area farmer will discuss water conservation through the no-till process.

WHAT:  Science by the Glass featuring R.N. Hopper

Science by the Glass

WHEN:  Tuesday (Sept. 13), 5-6 p.m.

WHERE:  Zoom Meeting, register here
Meeting ID: 945 2112 32 41
Passcode: 059163

EVENT:  The Texas Tech UniversityClimate Center will host its first Science by the Glass of the fall semester via Zoom Tuesday (Sept. 13). South Plains farmer R.N. Hopper's presentation “Connected By Common Ground” will focus on water conservation and no-till farming for corn, cotton, wheat, sorghum and sunflowers.  Hopper, a Petersburg resident and farmer, is founder and current president of the No-Till Texas organization. He is a 2000 graduate of Texas Tech with a bachelor's degree in agronomy.

CONTACT:  Kathryn Tiedemann
Communications and outreach coordinator, Climate Center, Texas Tech University
(254) 716-0518