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Event: Texas Water Symposium in Fredericksburg

The first Texas Water Symposium of 2014, featuring a conversation between Hill Country landowners and water experts about the the Pedernales River, will be held in Fredericksburg on March 20.

The Blanco River during the big drought of 2011. June 4th, 2011.

What: The first Texas Water Symposium of 2014, featuring a conversation between Hill Country landowners and water experts about the the Pedernales River. The symposium is a partnership project of Schreiner University, Texas Tech University, Texas Public Radio and the Hill Country Alliance.

Who: The symposium will be moderated by Andrew Sansom, director of the Meadows Center for Water and the Environment at Texas State University. Panelists will include Tim Birdsong, the ecosystem/habitat assessment chief at the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department; Mark Steinbach, executive director of the Texas Land Conservancy; Clinton Bailey, director of public works and utilities for the city of Fredericksburg; Pam Mabry Bergman, a landowner and Hill Country Land Trust board member; and Howard Hicks, a landowner and vice president for public affairs at Holt Cat.

Where: Hill Country University Center, 2818 Highway 290 East in Fredericksburg

When: March 20, 7-8:30 p.m.

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