Our snapshot of the latest goods, gear and more for land aficionados—from handcrafted furniture made in South Carolina to small-batch, blackberry syrup made in a welcoming, small town in Georgia.
It’s a region where you can find Spanish Moss hanging off century-old oak trees, bright green saltwater marshes and towering sand dunes at the local family friendly beaches.
From the pages of the fall 2018 issue of LAND magazine, here's our selection of intriguing properties featured on the Land.com Network.
One of the finest turnkey ranches in all of the Texas Hill Country, the historic 4,540± acre Faulkner Ranch is a haven for both native and exotic wildlife and is easily accessible with frontage on both Hwy 39 and FM 187 in southwestern Kerr County.
The Great Plains is a landscape that has been valued by humans for centuries, from the Native Americans who inhabited it to the artists, explorers and fur trappers who marveled at its wildlife bounty. Since the 19th century, a variety of efforts have been undertaken to ensure that America’s Great Plains remains intact for future generations.
Nested above the Shell Valley and sprawled across the western edge of the Big Horn Mountain Range of Wyoming, rests the historic, 6,713-acre Bighorn Mountain Ranch.
Meet Montana farmer Jerry G. Raaum, the first in our new series—"I Am an Aficionado"—about the people and characters in whom the lifeblood of the American landscape runs deep.
Open Range, written by Jay Bentley and Patrick Dillon, serves up generous portions of meat—including venison, quail, duck, elk, fish, pork, and beef—in near-excess, and all manner of favorite local steakhouse sides.
The OW Ranch is the original headquarters of the Kendrick Cattle Company and operates on nearly 50,000± contiguous acres, of which 32,428± is well blocked, deeded land.
The Seven Natural Wonders of Georgia are the most physically spectacular or unusual sites in the state—and they are both convenient and breathtaking!