Who Are We
Cibolo Conservancy

Brent Evans, Executive Director
Founding Director of Cibolo Nature Center
Founding Director of Kendall County Partnership for Parks
Social Worker

Board of Directors

Wade Kilpatrick
Houston, TX
Kendall County Land Owner

Melinda Kilpatrick

Houston, TX
Retired elementary math, science and music teacher, Master Naturalist, and member of Galveston Bay Foundation.

Art Wilson
Boerne, TX
Resident of Kendall County and lives on the family land hat has been in his family for several generations.  After 23 years with IBM founded a consulting firm headquartered in Boerne. In 1998, their property was the first easement donated to the Cibolo Conservancy.

Bob Wesbster, President

Boerne, TX
Lives on Hill Country ranch that has been in the family
for over 100 years. Co-owner of Shades of Green,
Texas' leading organic nursery. Host of syndicated
radio programs on natural and organic gardening Sat.
and Sun. morning, flagship station is KTSA. Passionate
environmentalist with degree in Biology from SMU.

Jim Schwarz, surveyor
Jim is a sixth generation, life-long resident of Boerne.  He and his father, Edgar Schwarz, Jr., began a surveying and engineering business in 1983 and Jim continues today providing surveying services to the Hill Country area.

Bill Kennon
Kailua, Hawaii  
Kendall County Land Owner

Matt Thompson

Austin, TX
Certified E.M.S Lead Auditor
Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plans
Environmental Assessments

Gerald McFarlen

Boerne, TX
Kendall County Land Owner

Phillip Bell
Boerne, TX
Professional Realtor and owner of Phillip Bell & Assoc., LLC
"GREEN" designation from the National Association of Realtors
Co-founder of the Kendall County Economic Development Court.
Chairman of the Historical Landmark Commission
President of the Kendall County Health Facility Development Corporation
Chairman of the Advisory Committee for the Texas AgriLife Extension Service for Kendall County

David Phillip, Treasurer

Boerne, TX
Partner in the CPA firm of Phillip Renfroe & Rickert

David Pipes
San Antonio, TX
Designer/Builder, Educator, Artist, Hill Country land-owner.

Ken Nickel
Owns, operates and lives on ranch in Kendall County homesteaded by
great-grandfather in 1870
Deacon at St Joseph Catholic Church - Honey Creek

Cibolo Nature Center || Land Trust Alliance || Plateau Land Management || Texas Land Trust Council || Texas Parks & Wildlife
Lone Hollow Summer Adventure Camp || Wildlife Mitigation

Site Design: SS