Tag: LAND magazine

Pine Ranch

Listing of the Week: Pine Ranch in the Capay Valley, California

Located in Guinda, California, in the Capay Valley, in Yolo and Colusa Counties, this 9,494-acre ranch boasts a 7,000-square-foot home, 4,000-square-foot lodge and a pool complex that is the envy of most major resorts.

Winter 2018 Land & Lifestyle Trends

Our snapshot of the latest goods, gear and more for land aficionados—from a fire pit that can charge your phone to soy lotion candles that double as skin moisturizer.

LANDscape: Winter 2018

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

Jessen Farm

Listing of the Week: Multi-Farm Offering

This multi-farm opportunity includes Jessen Farm, Wegener farm and Eastern Colorado Irrigated Farm, all within 30 miles of each other along the Nebraska and Colorado state lines.

Bang for your Buck: A Guide to Understanding Buying Value in a Western Ranch

The most important issue in buying a ranch is understanding what your goals are as a buyer, as a family and as an investor. M4 Ranch Group's Dan Murphy offers his expert advice.

winter scene

Frostbound: Reflections on “The Long Winter” by Laura Ingalls Wilder

The detailed and awe-inspiring descriptions of Laura Ingalls Wilder’s pioneer life have always inspired LAND magazine's Lauret Jarvis. On a recent wintry and snowy evening, she decided to reread "The Long Winter".

Chris Douglas - cowboy riding horse in snow

Western Winter Pictorial by Photographer Chris Douglas

Scenes from winter in the American West, as told through the lens of of photographer Chris Douglas.

Pat Doyle with fish

Defining Success: Meet LandLeader’s Pat Doyle

Pat Doyle, the new Managing Director of LandLeader, defines success for himself and the network of exclusive real estate professionals the same way. “Success for myself and LandLeader is defined very simply—deliver the absolute best marketing results for our real estate brokerages—leading to increased property listings and sales.”

picture of hunters in discussion

The Wild Side of Business: Dealing With Difficult Clients

As part of Greg Simons’ regular quarterly column, he takes a look at strategies, conflict resolution, expectation setting and more when it comes to the difficult guest or client in your hunting party.

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.

South Carolina Lowcountry landscape

The South Carolina Lowcountry Region Is in Its Own Little World

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.

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 of storm front over Great Plains

Preserving America’s Great Spaces: Montana’s American Prairie Reserve

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.

On the Cover: Bighorn Mountain Ranch in Wyoming

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.

Land—The Original American Dream

Land has always been a staple of the American Dream. Owning private property comes with a lot of hidden benefits for you both now and for years to come.

Jerry Raaum

“I Am an Aficionado”: Jerry G. Raaum

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.

image of adventure travelers with Jeep

Maximizing Your Outdoor Adventure Vacations

When it comes to adventure-type vacations, such as hunting, fishing, backcountry hiking and camping, rafting, and other outdoor excursions, the enjoyment and satisfaction levels of the end-result will often boil down to how well prepared the traveler is for the trip, mentally, physically, and gear-wise.

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!

image of American Forest Management forester in South Carolina

The Impact of Forestry in South Carolina

American Forest Management was born out of a passion for land and a desire to work with landowners. In fact, our company tagline is “We’re in this Together” because we know our work is all about relationships—the relationships between land utilization and conservation, the relationship between the landowner and property, and ultimately, the relationship between American Forest Management and the clients we serve.

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.