Event: Texas Water Symposium in Fredericksburg
The 8th Annual Texas Water Symposium featuring regional water experts discussing the state’s water planning process and the need for public participation will be held in Fredericksburg on June 18.
What: 8th Annual Texas Water Symposium featuring regional water experts discussing the state’s water planning process and the need for public participation. For more information on the symposium series, go here.
Who: The Symposium is a partnership project of Schreiner University, Texas Tech University, Texas Public Radio and the Hill Country Alliance. The moderator is Richard Parker, author of Lone Star Nation. Panel members include Kathleen Jackson, Texas Water Development Board; Donna Klaeger, former Burnet County Judge; and Paul Tyborg, Hill Country Underground Water Conservation District.
Where: Hill Country University Center, 2818 Highway 290, East Fredericksburg, TX 78624
When: June 18, 7-8:30 p.m.
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