Fall 2018 Land & Lifestyle Trends

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.
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Treeline Coffee
Treeline Coffee

Treeline was born in the mountains of Bozeman, Montana. They are a small-batch, artisan coffee roaster in pursuit of an unforgettable cup of coffee. They pride themselves on sourcing excellent coffees seasonally and roasting each bean to highlight the unique flavors that make for a rich and dynamic cup of coffee. Yes, they are coffee lovers, but they are also adventurers, travelers and outdoor enthusiasts! TreelineCoffee.com

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Beartooth Products
Beartooth Products

Beartooth Products offers hunting, shooting and camouflage gun accessories featuring camo patterns by Mossy Oak and Realtree. After tough hunting conditions damaged one too many guns, the StockGuard was born. The StockGuard, along with all their products, is tested in the Beartooth Wilderness. Their product line has grown and will continue to evolve with the needs of the demanding sportsman. They ensure excellence by sewing and assembling every product in their Bozeman, Montana, facility. Beartooth-Products.com

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Montana Executive Collection
Montana Executive Collection knives

Executive lifestyles demand executive quality and beauty. Montana Executive Collection provides an unparalleled selection of the finest knives and wine openers for the most discriminating tastes. Based in the beautiful Bitteroot Valley, Montana, they combine art and function to create the ultimate product for personal use, gifts, office decoration and corporate recognition. MtExecutiveCollection.com

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Southeaster Wildlife Exposition
Southeastern Wildlife Exposition

SEWE is a three-day showcase of everything we love about wildlife and nature. It brings together people of all ages, men and women, sportsmen and conservationists, artists and artisans, fans and families. Through an incredible lineup of events—from fine art exhibits, conservation education and sporting demonstrations to parties—SEWE invites us all to explore our “wild” side and pay tribute to our naturally beautiful world. SEWE.com

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Landrum Tables
Landrum Tables

Landrum Tables is owned and operated by Native Charlestonian and craftsman Capers Landrum Cauthen. Capers Cauthen has dedicated his life to re-purposing and reclaiming Charleston's history, a history that would otherwise rot in landfills. At Landrum Tables, they handcraft every piece of furniture in Charleston, South Carolina, using locally reclaimed wood. They aspire to create furniture with a heart, a soul and a memory by giving Charleston's History a second life. LandrumTables.com

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Blackberry Patch
Blackberry Patch products

Blackberry Patch creates delicious, handcrafted, small-batch fruit syrups, toppings, preserves and salsas. Founded by farmers in 1988, Blackberry Patch harvested local fruits and used time-honored Southern techniques to make jams, jellies and syrups. Their products are handcrafted in Thomasville, Georgia, a welcoming, small Southern town that has served as a source of inspiration for many of their time-tested recipes. Their products have a just-like-mother-made-it good taste, because each is made with all-natural flavors and ingredients. Blackberry Patch is equally committed to operating in the spirit of stewardship. BlackberryPatch.com

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Little Barn Apothecary
Little Barn Apothecary products

Little Barn Apothecary believes in the luxury of simplicity. They take inspiration from the earth and the raw beauty of its natural elements to provide unique formulations designed to evoke a feeling of wellbeing. Their products are 100% vegan, cruelty free and truly all-natural. Each botanical ingredient is selected by hand, and each product is carefully crafted in small-batch apothecary tradition in their micro facility in Atlanta, Georgia. No synthetic or “filler” ingredients are used. They want you to be able to turn your box over, look at the ingredient list and feel good about everything that you’re putting on your skin—Uncomplicated products with real results. LittleBarnApothecary.com

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2019 Sporting Calendar
Maison de Papier sporting calendar

Maison de Papier's focus is on producing high-quality stationery products with a style that is distinctly southern. Perfect for the gentleman sportsman, their 2019 Sporting Calendar is printed on linen cardstock, and each month's card features season game. The package includes a brass easel. MaisonDePapier.com

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