State of ranch park subject of public meetings

PRESIDIO, BREWSTER counties – The Big Bend Ranch State Park Complex, administered by Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, will conduct three public meetings in early April to discuss the “State of the Big Bend Ranch State Park.”

Presented will be an overview of the BBRSP Complex, discuss visitation and revenue trends, recent changes and progress, current challenges, and future vision.

Following the presentation, the meeting will be an open discussion for public comment and questions.

All meetings will be live-streamed via Facebook (@Big-BendRanchSP) where viewers may submit questions and comments.

The meetings will be held at 6pm at the following locations:

• Monday, April 1, Center for Big Bend Studies, Sul Ross State University, Ferguson Hall, Suite 114, Alpine.

Tuesday, April 2, Presidio Activity Center, 1200 East O’Reilly Street, Presidio.

• Wednesday, April 3, J.W. “Red” Pattillo Community Center, 100 TX-HWY 118, Terlingua. More information: Nathanael Gold, BBRSP Complex Superintendent, 432.424.3327 or via email at: [email protected].