We want to hear from you: what concerns do you have about the future of Blanco County, how do you want to be involved in the solutions, and how can we move the development needle in a positive way?
Join neighbors and friends in a discussion of the challenges, opportunities, and creative solutions to some of Blanco County’s most pressing conservation challenges.
LBJ High School – 505 N Nugent Ave, Johnson City, TX 78626
A few of the questions we hope to discuss at this meeting:
• What should we call ourselves?
• What is our mission?
• How will we be organized?
• What are our goals?
• What areas of conservation/preservation should we address?
• Who are we missing and who else do we need to bring in?
Hosted by your neighbors in Blanco County. Light refreshments will be provided by Persnickety Gardens.
RSVP requested! Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Who We Are (So Far):
We are an up-and-coming group of folks across Blanco County who see how rapidly our home is changing and want to get involved in better planning for our future! Our first community event was organized and planned by Susan Armstrong Fisher, April Sansom, Connie Barron, Katherine Romans, and Bob Heinonen. Since the first meeting, Dan Snodgrass and Kenneth Welch have joined the original 5 organizers. The Hill Country Alliance has also provided organizational support through several of its staff. Click here for additional information.
Above all, we are folks who care about Blanco County – its precious waters, starry night skies, historic ranches, and small-town charm that keeps us here in the first place. We believe that the future of Blanco County needs to be determined by and for its residents.