Clark Ward – Edwards Aquifer Authority

Clark Ward

Term Expires December 2020

Now retired, Clark Ward ran an irrigated farm for 30 years and raised angora goats for 20 years.

Born in Cuero, he has lived in Uvalde since 1957. Ward’s family owns a farm in Uvalde County with two irrigation wells that draw water from the Edwards Aquifer. The family also has six domestic wells for private use and consumption and to supply livestock. In addition, the family owns a ranch north of Sabinal that is under an Edwards Aquifer Protection Program conservation easement.

Ward was appointed to the EAA board in 2016. His term expires in 2020.

“I had the time and wanted to keep up with the developments of the EAA,” he said.

Ward currently serves on the Uvalde County Farm Bureau board. Previously, he served on the Nueces-Frio-Sabinal Soil & Water Conservation District, the Uvalde Farmers Coop and the Uvalde County Appraisal Review Board.

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