KERRVILLE (AgriLife Today) – New, relatively new or absentee landowners in the Hill Country will have an opportunity to get an extensive education on managing natural resources at the second annual Bennett Land Stewardship Conference April 23-24.
"Keys to Hill Country Living" will be at the Inn of the Hills Resort and Conference Center in Kerrville. It is funded by the Ruth and Eskel Bennett Endowment and hosted by the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service.
"Many times people have inherited land or they moved away at an early age only to want to return to the country, or they made enough money in the city to purchase a piece of Texas," said Bennett Trust AgriLife Extension Specialist Dr. Larry Redmon. "Most of these individuals have little understanding about managing natural resources. Our goal is to help them gain important knowledge regarding management of this environmentally sensitive, multi-use region."
Cost of the two-day conference is $75 and includes all meals, break refreshments and tour transportation costs.
Register online or by calling 979-845-2604.
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