The Leach Teaching Gardens at Texas A&M University, a multi-million-dollar centerpiece on west campus in College Station, debuted June 15 with a ribbon cutting and grand opening ceremony.
Phase I, The Leach Teaching Garden, is named for donors Tim and Amy Leach of Midland.
“Amy and I knew that the Gardens at Texas A&M would be a transformational project the first time Doug Welsh, professor and AgriLife Extension horticulturist emeritus, described it to us,” said Tim Leach. “We are delighted to support The Gardens project and believe it sets the standard for green space across campus.”
Texas A&M University System Chancellor John Sharp said, “Thanks to the generous gift from Amy and Tim Leach, the true beauty of Texas A&M is showcased in the magnificent collection of flowers, vegetables and gardens available for everyone throughout Aggieland, Texas and nationally to experience.”
The Gardens include a variety of themed spaces for…
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