Event: Going, Going, Gone
The Texas Agricultural Land Trust will hold a free seminar on "Impacts of Loss of Rural Land on Water, Wildlife & Agriculture."
What: The Texas Agricultural Land Trust will hold a free seminar on "Impacts of Loss of Rural Land on Water, Wildlife & Agriculture."
Who: Blair Fitzsimons, CEO of the Texas Agricultural Land Trust; Wildlife Biologist Steve Nelle; Brian Hays, associate director of the Texas A&M Institute of Renewable Natural Resources; Sky Lewey of the Nueces River Authority; Forrest Smith, the Dan L. Duncan Endowed Director of Texas Natives and Texas Native Seeds at the Caesar Kleberg Wildlife Research Institute; Ken Cearley, Stewardship Director at the Texas Agricultural Land Trust.
Where: Uvalde County Fairplex, 215 Veterans Lane, Frio Room, Uvalde
When: Nov. 13, 9 a.m.- 2 p.m.
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