There’s no shame in having a pulpit. It could be shameful if you have it, but don’t put it to good use.
Laura Bush admits that she, as the wife of a former president, has a pretty big pulpit, and she says she’s decided to use it to push, pull, gather and encourage Texans toward common conservation goals. She has started by being one of the founders and the public face of “Taking Care of Texas.”
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CORRECTION: This story has been updated to correct the number of acres devoted to native grass prairie at the George W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum.