“All the water that will ever be is, right now.” --National Geographic, October 1993
SESSION FOUR: March 31, 2011 at 7 p.m.
"River Watch Programs and Activities in the Hill Country:
How Local Communities Take Care of Their Rivers and Water"
Location: Schreiner University, Callioux Campus Activity Center, Kerrville, TX
Info, map & driving directions available here
As part of the Texas Water Symposium series, Schreiner University is hosting two community events April 1-2. See press release for details.
Andrew Sansom (Texas Rivers Institute) serves as the executive director of the River Systems Institute at Texas State University. Mr. Sansom is one of Texas' leading conservationists. He is a former executive director of the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, executive director of the Texas Nature Conservancy, and founder of The Parks and Wildlife Foundation of Texas. For his commitment to the management and protection of natural resources, Mr. Sansom also is a past recipient of the Chevron Conservation Award, The Chuck Yeager Award from the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation, The Pugsley Medal from the National Park Foundation, and the Seton Award from the International Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies. He is a Distinguished Alumnus of Texas Tech University and Austin College.
Robert Brischetto, PhD.
The Medina River Protection Fund
Cleanup Coordinator for the Medina River Protection Fund
South Llano River Watershed Alliance
San Marcos River Foundation
The hour-long program begins at 7:00 pm, followed by discussion time with Q&A.
The symposium is free and open to the public.
The events are recorded and aired on Texas Public Radio one week later.