Cibolo Conservancy Land Trust

Ben Eldredge, Executive Director

  • Land Conservationist and former Vice-President of Conservation at Cibolo Center for Conservation, leading environmental policy and planning initiatives in Kendall County and beyond. Current board director at Cow Creek Groundwater Conservation District. Former ranch manager.

Donna Taylor, Director of Operations

  • Environmental Scientist, Land conservation advocate, Principal and Chief pilot, Avia Enviro.

Brent Evans, Public Affairs Advisor

  • Former Executive Director Cibolo Conservancy, Founding Director of Cibolo Nature Center, Founding Director of Kendall County Partnership for Parks, Social Worker

Board of Directors

Tom Frost III, President

  • Retired banker with Frost Bank, San Antonio, Kendall County Land Owner and Musician/Songwriter

Pam Hodges, Vice-President

  • Retired realtor with extensive local experience with developers, County officials, regulatory agencies, and the conservation community

Nancy Nystrom, Secretary

  • Retired educator with a PhD in language. A Hill Country resident on Frederick Creek

Lisa Miller, Treasurer

  • Former accountant and current Hill Country resident

Brian Foote

  • Active CPA. Audit Manager with KPMG, LLP. A Hill Country resident

Adrianne Frost

  • Realtor with Phyllis Browning Co. A Hill Country land owner

Wade Kilpatrick

  • Houston, TX, Attorney, Kendall County Land Owner

Melinda Kilpatrick

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

Gerald McFarlen

  • Attorney, Kendall County Land Owner

David Miller

  • Retired attorney and Hill Country resident

Paul Sparks

  • A San Antonio born and bred CPA for 40 years, who now lives in the Hill Country near his family ranch in Comfort. Concerned about sustainable development in the Hill Country and the protection of land, animal life, and the environment.

Bob Webster

  • 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 on KTSA radio. Holds a degree in Biology from SMU.

Art Wilson

  • Business Consultant, In 1998, their property was the first easement donated to the Cibolo Conservancy, family land that has been in his family for several generations. After 23 years with IBM founded a consulting firm headquartered in Boerne.