Since moving to Eagle Pass in 1979, Ms. Cullar has been involved in a number of ways in educating and conserving the Rio Grande Corridor and Trans-Pecos area. She has written and edited poetry and prose, made prints of wildlife and natural landscapes, served on the Historical Commission of the City of Eagle Pass, and taught children about the natural world through her work at the Lehman Research Foundation, Rio Bravo Nature Center, and Rio Grande / Rio Bravo Basin Coalition.
Interview InformationFebruary 22, 2006
Eagle Pass, Texas
Reels 2359 and 2360