Yeoman’s 50-minute presentation will focus on the future of Central Texas weather and accompanying research along with what it means for residents. A question-and-answer session will follow.
“We are all, in this area, all too familiar with drought and extremes of weather conditions,” society member Maria Whitsett told DailyTrib.com.
Weather and climate have a huge impact on not only the flora and fauna of the Highland Lakes but tourism and agriculture as well, Whitsett pointed out. Her organization, while focused on birding and wildflowers, is dedicated to furthering educational, philanthropic, and research opportunities in the area and preserving and promoting nature.