Todd Renfrew, broker and owner of California Outdoor Properties, has his dream job—and he’s not interested in changing it.
The public benefits of private land are as diverse and expansive as Texas’ land.
Love of the land is encoded in Charles Davidson’s DNA.
In the Harvey family, the apple didn’t fall far from the tree. Gayle Harvey spent more than 20 years working alongside her father, Clyde, in the family’s Central Virginia orchards and fields.
Tina Buford doesn’t let her long list of accomplishments overshadow what is most important to her. She is first and foremost, a wife, a mom, a daughter, a sister and a member of a South Texas ranching family that has been taking care of the H. Yturria family ranches for six generations.
They come to women of the land from different places... And, yet when the conversation begins to flow, the women find themselves on firm common ground.
Deborah is a self-described “flower child with plenty of business experience.” Emry is a lifelong rancher, whose family’s multi-generational ranching roots stretch from New Mexico throughout the Texas Panhandle into Palo Pinto County and beyond.
In 1970, Patrick Bates, the man who is widely considered the dean of western ranch real estate, began his industry education. He was a wide-eyed novice with no immediate ties to agriculture who seized an opportunity.
Two seemingly ordinary moments inspired the couple to restore their Brown County ranch, a piece of property that has been in Paul’s family since 1873 to its pre-settlement condition.
The Texas Youth Hunting Program (TYHP) is a multi-faceted outdoor experience designed to produce the next generation of safe, educated, ethical hunters.
It’s no secret. Texas is running out of water. In response, the 83rd Texas Legislature moved to encourage the ...
Hunting and wildlife have become an increasingly important source of both income and recreation on ranches across Texas. As landowners have sought ways to maximize wildlife habitat, restoring rangeland with native plants and grasses have garnered a growing amount of attention.
Anderson’s respect for private property ownership, his love of outdoors and his recognition of the challenges facing land stewards in Texas are all reasons that he joined the Texas Wildlife Association. He serves as both a member of the executive committee and the water committee.