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Topic - Mark Langdale
A 15-acre park at the upcoming George W. Bush Presidential Center will recreate a Texas prairie, complete with a wildflower meadow, a new blend of native grasses and even trees transplanted from the former president's ranch.
The park's landscaping, which was completed this month, recreates the kind of prairie landscape that would have existed in the area before the city was here, said Mark Langdale, president of the George W. Bush Foundation.
Mr. Langdale said all of the limestone used is from Texas, except that used for the indoor flooring in the center's Freedom Hall, a light-filled 67-feet-high open space.