Austin American-Statesman: Ranchland In Recovery
By Pamela LeBlanc
Johnson City — Standing on a hilltop on his Blanco County ranch, J. David Bamberger throws his arms into the air like a tent-revival preacher. "Hallelujah!" he shouts to a group of visitors, mainly Texas Parks and Wildlife Department employees who are touring the property and inspecting a series of low-stacked rock rock berms that snake around the ridgeline....
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