"I just wanted to ask: Can men come here?"
12-Step participants from San Angelo find rest and renewal through H. E. Butt Foundation Camp.
A conversation in the Great Hall stuck with Mark Roberts for over a decade, and now it is one of the guiding principles of his work at Fuller Seminary's Max DePree Center.
American Indians of Texas and the Foundation came together to better understand which tribes specifically would have visited the Canyon.
Read this commentary on the stanza from "The Lake Isle of Innisfree" carved on the entrance sign to Linnet’s Wings on the H. E. Butt Foundation Camp property.
Artist and professor Dan McGregor has been drawing the flora and fauna of the Frio River Canyon for a few years.
Here is his perspective on re-creating creation.
Hundreds of thousands of people have experienced the East Fork of the Frio River. But only a few experience it like Scott Bauer.
These three couplets from William Blake are etched into four places around the Foundation’s property: twice in the Canyon and twice in the Kerrville offices.