Tag: Georgia

10 Vineyards for Sale Across the Country

From the pages of the Summer 2021 issue of LAND magazine, here's our selection of intriguing properties featured on the Land.com Network.

LANDscape: Spring 2021

From the pages of the Spring 2021 issue of LAND magazine, here's our selection of intriguing properties featured on the Land.com Network.

LANDscape: Summer 2020

From the pages of the Summer 2020 issue of LAND magazine, here's our selection of intriguing properties featured on the Land.com Network.

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.

LANDscape: Fall 2018

From the pages of the fall 2018 issue of LAND magazine, here's our selection of intriguing properties featured on the Land.com Network.

View from Stone Mountain in Georgia

Explore the Seven Natural Wonders of Georgia

The Seven Natural Wonders of Georgia are the most physically spectacular or unusual sites in the state—and they are both convenient and breathtaking!

Gallery: The Work of American Bird-Dog Artist David Lanier

The paintings of David Lanier, American bird-dog artist, reflect a deep appreciation for the beauty of nature.

image of waterfall in Havasu Canyon, Grand Canyon, Arizona

6 Great Summer Swimming Holes

With the arrival of the summer swelter, we dive into a few of our favorite swimming holes around the country, from clear Hill Country pools to clothing-optional mountain springs with a view!

Image of feral pigs digging up a field

Hunters Helping Farmers: On the Hunt for Feral Pigs with Hog Carl

Feral pigs, also called wild hogs, can pose a problem to landowners growing valuable crops. Join the author as she rides along on a South Carolina hog hunt to learn more about the connection between hunters and farmers to control this destructive species.

Avalon Partners’ Brent Story Sells Large Development Acreage in North Georgia

Congratulations to West and Swope Ranches of Phyllis Browning Land & Ranch Co. for their sale of 1,678-acre Medio Creek Ranch in Bee County, Texas.

Wiregrass Land Group Sells Large Contiguous Timberland Tract in Southern Georgia

Congratulations to Mike Lansdell of Wiregrass Land Group for his sale this week of a 3,006-acre timber tract in southern Georgia. This sale was recorded on October 16, 2017, through the Lands of America Comparable Sales Program.

Timber and Recreational Acreage Sold in East-Central Georgia

Congratulations to Sondra Blake of C B Isaac Realty for her sale this week of a 1,287-acre timber and recreational tract in Tattnall County, Georgia.

Where to see 2017 solar eclipse

Best Places to See the 2017 Solar Eclipse

August 21 will bring the remarkable sight of a complete solar eclipse traversing the United States from Oregon to South Carolina. Here's where to watch.

Hunting Wild Quail with Boss & Co.’s Arthur S. DeMoulas

Arthur S. DeMoulas, the Massachusetts business executive who purchased arguably the greatest gunmaker, Boss & Co. of London, now serves as Chairman of the privately-owned English company committed to making the finest shotguns and rifles.

cabin bluff hunting club, cumberland island, georgia

Listing of the Week: America’s Oldest Hunting Club Up for Sale

Georgia's 10,300-acre Cabin Bluff is reported to be the oldest hunting club in the United States. It was listed for sale this week at $55 million.

kenny rogers' georgia estate for sale

Listing of the Week: Kenny Rogers’ Georgia Estate Back on Market with Big Markdown

Kenny Rogers' Georgia estate, Beaver Dam Farms, is back on the market this week with a significant price reduction from its earlier list price of $18 million.

Where Quail Is King: The Untold Story of Georgia’s African-American Dog Handlers

Every March in Thomasville, Georgia, an invitation-only field trial has taken place for the past 36 years.

Image of hemlock trees

Save Our Trees!: The Plight of the Eastern Hemlock

Got hemlocks? Look out for these special trees on your land. The hemlock is under threat from an invasive insect species that has particularly taken hold throughout the eastern United States.

Flooding after Hurricane Matthew

Farmland Floodwater Resources for Agri-Businesses Hit by Hurricane Matthew

Hurricane Matthew's storm-surge flooding was especially devastating to the emerged crops of southeastern coastal farms because late September and early October marks the beginning of the fall harvest season. Here are some USDA programming resources to assist farmers with post-hurricane recovery.

summer swimming holes: Swimmin' Hole Ranch, Texas

Lakes and Swimming Holes to Escape the Summer Swelter

With the eastern U.S. bathed like a wet blanket in record heat, we indulged in some escapist research to locate swimming holes perfect for a cooling dip.

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