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GRANT UPWARDS OF 267 THOUSAND DOLLARS

From Nebraska Radio Network 5/10/2013

              A PERU STATE COLLEGE BIOLOGY PROFESSOR IS BEING AWARDED A LARTGE NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION GRANT TO FIND AND DOCUMENT NEW SPECIES IN A TEXAS WILDLIFE AREA.

 

              DR. MICHAEL BARGER HAS WON THE 267 THOUSAND DOLLAR GRANT TO CONTINUE HIS RESEARCH IN THE BIG THICKET NATIONAL PRESERVE IN SOUTHEAST TEXAS.

              BARGER AUDIO

              THE PRESERVE CONSISTS OF A SEVERAL HUNDRED THOUSAND ACRES IN AN AREA EXTENDING FROM THE NATCHEZ RIVER NEAR HOUSTON.

              IT'S TRADITIONALLY BEEN USED FOR OIL EXPLORATION AND TIMBER FARMING.

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