Upcoming Presentations in the News

Several of my upcoming presentations have made the news as of late.  In order to enjoy my 15 minutes of fame and be sure that you are all aware of these seminars if they are in your area, I am sharing more details about several of these upcoming programs.  To view a complete list of my upcoming speaking engagements, click here.

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Grayson County:  This Thursday, June 12, 2014, I will be speaking in Sherman, Texas, at the Grayson County Courthouse.  This program, Mineral Rights and Pipeline Negotiations, will last from 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm.  During this time, I will cover important considerations for landowners negotiating mineral leases with oil and gas companies and for those negotiating pipeline easements.  For more information, read the news release here or contact County Extension Agent, Chuck Jones, who put this program together after receiving numerous calls from local landowners.

Multi-County Program in Mertzon, TX:  I will be headed out west on June 24 to speak at the Rangeland Water Conference in Mertzon, Texas.  This multi-county program has been spearheaded by Shane Wigington, County Extension Agent in Irion County and will offer great information to area landowners.  Also involved are Sutton, Schleicher, Reagan, Tom Green, and Sterling counties. My portion of the program, Current Issues in Texas Water Law, will kick things off at 9:00 am.  After that, a host of other speakers will cover issues including drought outlook and management strategies, economic planning for ranches during a drought, key range plants for dry times, the state of the aquifer and water supply, and the 40 gallon water conservation challenge.  For more information, read the press release here.

Denton County:  On June 26, 2014, I will be speaking along with the legendary Dr. Wayne Hayenga, at the Denton County Agricultural Law and Estate Planning Seminar.  Dr. Hayenga will cover estate planning and I will discuss leases (farm, pasture, and hunting) and the basics of Texas water law.  County Extension Agent Brandon Boughen has worked hard to get this program together and to get the word out to interested folks!  For more information, read the news release here.

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