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We commonly think of grass as only what's in our yard, but wheat grass and barley are also types of grass. Breweries and bakers alike use the grains from these types of grass to produce some of our favorite products. Think about that while standing on your freshly mowed lawn with a beer in hand!
These three include Cyperaceae (Bullrushes, Sedges), Juncaceae (Rushes), and Poaceae (Grasses). While you'll find all three types throughout the world, Poaceae is the grass typically found in yards in the United States. Remember this fact, and win your next grass themed trivia night!
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The loosely associated settlers in the Clear Fork Valley of the Trinity River, an area known as Medera, were brought together when the Texas & Pacific Railroad brought a line through in 1879 to connect Ft. Worth and Weatherford. A coal and water refueling station was the first stop in Parker County for west-bound trains and it became known as Parker Station. In addition, the station served as a pickup point for the buffalo hides on the Texas and Pacific Railroad. The area saw it's first post office in 1882 and when mail marked "Parker County" found its way out of the mail car at "Parker Station", the U.S. Post Office directed the smaller community to find a distinct name. So the community was named in 1882 for the home town of a railroad official from Aledo, Illinois.
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