On May 17, 2017, Post Oak Savannah GCD welcomed Megan Homeyer as the new Education Coordinator. Homeyer is a native of the area and grew up in Caldwell, Texas before attending Texas A&M University. At Texas A&M she received her bachelor’s of science in animal science and agricultural communications and journalism. She then went back to graduate school and recently graduated with her master’s of science in agricultural leadership, education and communications in December 2016.
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As the new Education Coordinator for POSGCD, Homeyer will give educational presentations for school classrooms, organizations and clubs about the District’s aquifers and conservation practices. Other duties include writing articles, informing the public of POSGCD events and meetings and engaging with the public through talks and social media. Homeyer is also in charge of sending out regular newletters, emails, and other forms of communication to notify people of new and ongoing developments at the District.

Homeyer is excited to begin working and looks forward to talking with the people of Milam and Burleson County. “I am thrilled to be a part of the POSGCD team and look forward to speaking with the public and getting to know the people of this District better,” Homeyer said. “I grew up in this area and I’m happy to bring back what I have learned to this community.”

Homeyer can be contacted at mhomeyer@posgcd.org or (979) 455-9900.

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