Monday September 26, 2011 is the next General Meeting of Texas Democratic Women of Collin County. Join us at 6:45pm at the Preston Ridge Campus of Collin College, 9700 Wade Blvd Frisco, Texas, Founders Hall, Shawnee Room F148. As always there will be refreshments and time to socialize.
September’s meeting features Bobette Brasfield of Texas Conservation Alliance, which runs a program called Smarter Water for North Texas. Ms. Brasfield says, “The good news is that we have enough water in existing reservoirs to meet our water needs for the next 50 plus years! We can avoid new reservoirs which would destroy many thousands of acres of bottomland hardwood forest while uprooting families and harming existing local economies if we make the right allocation and <make wise> decisions.” Join us as we explore the low-impact water supply options that will allow us to avoid the monetary and human costs associated with unnecessary new reservoirs.
Bobette Brasfield is a native Texan from Grand Prairie. She is retired from Texas Instruments where she served as a Division Controller and Finance Manager. Bobette has a BA in Business Management and a Master of Science Degree in Environmental Science with a concentration in water issues from the University of North Texas. She has been an environmental educator for many years, working with the City of Coppell, Texas Master Naturalist Program, U.S. National Park service, Texins Dive Club and Dallas Audubon Society.conomies if we make the right allocation and use decisions.” Join us as we explore the low-impact water supply options that will allow us to avoid the monetary and human costs associated with unnecessary new reservoirs.
TDWCC is a dedicated group of Democratic Women, working to EDUCATE Collin County citizens, ACTIVATE voters, and ELECT Democrats to local, state, and federal offices. We meet every 4th Monday at Collin College. Meetings are open to the public.