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Texas Hill Country In Change - People, Property, Planning & Springs

This Newsmaker Hour features the first panel discussion of the 2008-2009 Texas Water Symposium series. The series is a joint project of Schreiner University, Texas Tech University at Fredericksburg, the Hill Country Alliance and Texas Public Radio. The discussions address water issues in the San Antonio and Hill Country area.

On the panel are Chad Norris, aquatic biologist with the Texas Department of Parks and Wildlife; Bebe and Mary Fenstermaker, owners of the Maverick Ranch-Fromme Farm in northeast Bexar County; and Sean Garretson, President of Pegasus Planning In Austin, Texas. Moderating the discussion is Robert Potts, President of Dixon Water Foundation. Opening the program is Tom Arsuffi, Director of the Texas Tech University Center at Junction.

The event was held at the Boerne Convention Center on September 25, 2008.