On Monday, November 28 a presentation about Cibolo Nature Center and Farm was made to County Judge Darrel Lux and the Commissioner’s court. John Schilhab, President of the board of trustees, accompanied by Executive Director and Founder Carolyn Chipman Evans, gave a brief history of the non-profit, it’s perspective and how it’s combating problems going into the future.
For those who are not familiar, Cibolo Nature Center, adjacent to Boerne City Park, is a 100 acre nature preserve with Cibolo Creek running through it. Many people throughout the state are captivated by it’s majestic beauty. The organization describes itself as, “a regional destination with a mission of enviornmental conservation through education and stewardship.”
CNC and Farm has become a pillar in the Kendall County and the group that manages it mirrors that values of county residents. Schilhab described to the court that the Friends of Cibolo Wilderness, its official but uncommonly used name, “passionately believes our brightest future is one where our community lives in harmony with nature.” Schilhab also described how important family and human connections are to the organization… Read more from Hill Country Weekly