Summit eyes Hill Country development, future growth
Ranchers, conservationists and tourists all share one thing in common: they love experiencing rural land by seeing the beauty of the Texas Hill Country.
This was the message told throughout the Hill Country Alliance (HCA) leadership summit at the Nimitz Museum Ballroom on Thursday, Sept. 24.
Robert Yaro, visiting professor at the University of Texas School of Architecture, was the keynote speaker. He spoke about the importance of “smart” development in the Hill Country and how it relates to the rest of the country.
Yaro has extensive experience in regional planning and conservation efforts around the country and is currently leading a UT graduate level course focused on Hill Country planning… Read full summary from the Fredericksburg Standard