We sat down with Dry Farm Wines founder Todd White to discuss the rise of the natural wine movement in recent years and the benefits of these wines over their traditional counterparts.
In 1993, Dr. Wallace Klussmann, professor emeritus at Texas A&M University, ended his 30-year career in higher education and immediately embarked on his second “career” as a volunteer.
Sheldon Grothaus, owner-broker of Texas Ranch Sales LLC in Hondo, is a tall, moving target.
The Texas Wildlife Association's Conservation Legacy program connects local students to the plight of pollinators through a Milkweed for Monarchs habitat campaign.
Decades of experience have shown Bell, who founded Quick Line Service Company’s Ranch Water Division in 1990, that the availability of fresh water dictates land’s productivity when it comes to livestock and wildlife.
The Texas Youth Hunting Program needs landowners to open their gates for the sake of young hunters and the hunting tradition.
Living the Dream, owned by D.W. Hindman, and Tarrant & Harman Real Estate and Auction Co., co-owned by Travis Tarrant and Mark Harman, provide a Midwestern case study in opportunity amplification.
TEXAS LAND magazine recently sat down for a chat with Larry Ditto, a full-time nature photographer for the past 15 years
Peter John Holt, executive vice president and general manager of Holt Cat in San Antonio, runs his business by the same principles by which he lives his life.
While a picture is worth a thousand words, a nature photography operation can be worth thousands of dollars to landowners.
As the director of Farm & Ranch at Keller Williams Realty International (KWRI) and the owner of Mock Ranches, Kasey Mock is a man on the move.
Chris Soules chose to pursue a dual career in agriculture and land acquisition, but he didn’t seek out reality TV. LAND magazine meets the Iowa native.
2016 will go down as a banner year for Bernard “Bernie” Uechtritz. First, there was the historic and record-breaking sale ...
The statewide rains in August ensured that Texas, with 75.25 inches, had just enjoyed the wettest 24-month consecutive period in its history. While the life-giving moisture was needed and welcomed, it muddied the memory of 2011, when Texas, with an average of 14.18 inches, struggled to survive its driest year ever.
“We find this state to be wonderful for private stewardship,” said Taylor, owner of the Blue Mountain Peak Ranch near Mason, which was honored with the 2016 Leopold Conservation Award for Texas.
Stephen J. "Tio" Kleberg is a cowboy by nature and a rancher by nurture. “When most kids are in elementary school, they aspire to be firemen or doctors or policemen, but I always wanted to be a cowboy,” Kleberg, who represents the fifth generation to have lived and worked on King Ranch, says.
Donald Polaski, owner of the Antique Barn Company based in Orford, New Hampshire, has dedicated his career to giving historic buildings new life.
Rob Pfister, owner of Pfister Land Company in Buffalo, Wyoming, was weaned on the independent spirit and self-reliance of the American West.
Randy Hodde, co-owner of Hodde Real Estate in Brenham, is a matchmaker. “We’re property matchmakers… we help people find their place.”
Conservation easements, as part of a comprehensive estate plan, can help families pass their ranches to the next generation.