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HMNS Wants You! (To Help Monitor Texas Butterflies)
June 8, 2018 · Be The First To Comment

With the start of summer, people around the state are looking for fun activities to fill the long summer months. Citizen Science is a great way to learn, have fun, and contribute to important research all at once. For people who enjoy looking at our beautiful native butterflies, the newly formed Texas Butterfly Monitoring Network […]

Discovering Texas With Monsters And Teens
May 18, 2018 · Be The First To Comment

  In the modern age of planes, trains and automobiles the world can seem like it’s getting smaller every minute. But what I think is actually happening is that this new world of travel options simply causes us to overlook the quirky little corners of our own cities and states and as a result we […]

An Artist Tells His Tales: Kevin Greenblat On His Photographic Journey Through West Texas
April 26, 2018 · Be The First To Comment

For the last couple months few visitors to HMNS Sugar Land have been able to traverse the hallway between our dig pit and the snack bar without stopping to admire the beautiful collection of photos visiting us courtesy of Fotofest. Even the most hangry of children, on their way to satisfy their appetite at one […]

Salt: The mineral we take for granted and why it is so important to the Houston area
April 18, 2018 · Be The First To Comment

 By Randy J. Bruner, HMNS Sugar Land Docent   Halite (NaCl) is the mineral commonly referred to as salt. This simple mineral has had a varied and important impact on the history of mankind. It has been used as currency and has formed the basis for development of entire communities and industries. We need this […]



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