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Hill Country Land Trust Leads NPSOT Meeting

Visit Hill Country Land Trust board members, Bill Lindemann and Pam Mabry Bergman, at the Fredericksburg Native Plant Society chapter's meeting Tuesday, Jan. 24th in Memorial Presbyterian Church's Fellowship Hall. Refreshments will begin at 6:30 followed by an hour-long program at 7:00. 

Mr. Lindemann will discuss the benefits and process of creating a conservaiton easement, as well as the work of the Hill Country Land Trust.  Pam and Kim Bergman will follow with a discussion of their experience using a conservation easement on their property, as well as the positive payouts from the stewardship work they continuously engage in.

See a video about the Bergman's Conservation Easement process on our video page.

posted on 1/24/2017

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