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Private Lands Summit

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The Texas Wildlife Association will host a one-day Private Lands Summit to explore challenges faced by rural lifestyles, natural resources management, agriculture production, and sustainable wildlife in Texas. This event will take place Thursday, July 10, in the J.W. Marriott San Antonio Hill Country Resort located at 23808 Resort Pkwy. in San Antonio. Registration begins at 9 a.m., with the program set for 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

This Private Lands Summit, focused on “Private Lands Stewardship in the Modern Era,” will address specific topics that can change the way land owners approach land stewardship in the state today.

A diverse lineup of speakers will each provide their expertise on specific areas of concern, including surface and groundwater issues and pressures of estate tax on Texas farms and ranches. Dr. Fred Bryant, director of the Caesar Kleberg Wildlife Research Institute, will give the keynote address.

Early registration for the summit is $125 and will end on Friday, June 27. Information can be found at


For more information, call the Texas Wildlife Association office at 800-839-9453.

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