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.
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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