Doors open 6:30 pm, Program begins 7:00 pm
Free to the public
Dr. Burns will describe how his family, over 40 years, transformed a cow-calf operation into an award winning example of ecological restoration using the latest scientific information. In addition, he will describe how the ecological restoration project has kept a large, multi-generational family united. His talk will discuss what is possible and impossible both environmentally and within the family. He and his wife, Toni, were recognized with a Lone Star Land Steward Award by Texas Parks and Wildlife in 2012.
Dr. Paul Burns, a native of the Brownwood, TX area, retired in 1993 and has since devoted time and energy to studying ecological restoration. Prior to his retirement, he received degrees from the University of Texas, Austin and the Medical School at Baylor College of Medicine. For 25 years he practiced medicine at the Austin Ear, Nose and Throat Clinic which he founded. Dr. Burns has served as an adjunct professor at both UT Austin and the Baylor Medical School in Houston.