2018 Kent Butler Summit

Texans want a Hill Country with a strong economy, a healthy environment, and resilience to extreme weather events like prolonged drought and catastrophic flooding.

Population growth stresses the natural resources that are key to the Hill Country economy, beauty, cultural heritage, and quality of life. Infrastructure and planning decisions made today—including road projects and water pipelines—influence how and where tomorrow’s growth occurs in the Hill Country.

Decisions made at the local, county, regional, and statewide level have cascading impacts on the long-term future of our region. Hill Country decision makers increasingly recognize the need for a regional vision that extends beyond traditional boundaries, protects shared values of economic growth and environmental resilience, and ensures a bright future for our region.

Join the conversation about effective regional planning that is good for both people and the environment, and help plan for a Hill Country that continues to make Texas proud.

9 A.M. - 4 P.M.
Wednesday, April 4 2018,
LBJ Student Center Ballroom, Texas State University
Lunch included, networking reception to follow.
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