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Fishing at West Boulder Ranch, Montana

Winter 2017 Issue of LAND Magazine on Newsstands Now!

The winter 2017 edition of LAND Magazine was recently released, including a profile of Tom Brokaw's West Boulder Ranch in Montana.

Winter 2017 Texas Holiday Gift Guide

Our snapshot of what's trending in the Texas land industry and lifestyle this season.

Crow Fair Ranch

Listing of the Week: Award-Winning Architecture on Show at Hill Country’s Crow Fair Ranch

This breathtaking 157-acre estate, located 13 miles outside Fredericksburg, is a combination of hills and valleys along Devils Creek.

Justin Cop and family, Fredericksburg Realty

Answering the Land’s Call: Fredericksburg Realty’s Justin Cop

Justin Cop, owner of Fredericksburg Realty, risked his wife’s wrath to answer the long, loud call of the Texas Hill Country and establish himself as a ranch broker.

El Milagro Estate

On the Cover: El Milagro Trophy Equestrian Estate

Amidst the bustling communities of Denton County lies a true equestrian paradise that is unparalleled in quality and distinction.

Best burger joints in Texas

Burgers on the Way: Where to Find the Best Burger in Texas

Burgher-Ray Ranch Sales' Harlan Ray dishes on his favorite burger joints throughout the state of Texas.

view of restored historic home

Keeping the Past Alive: 10 Architect-Approved Tips for Renovating Historic Homes

Anyone who's ever owned an old house wishes those walls could talk. Here are ten tips for renovating a historic home to keep its storied past alive.

texas wildlife association adult education programs

TWA’s Adult Education: Knowledge is Power

For landowners, knowledge is the power to make the informed decisions about habitat management and natural resource policy.

Winter 2017 Issue of Texas LAND Magazine on Newsstands Now!

The winter 2017 edition of Texas LAND Magazine was recently released, including the impeccable El Milagro Retreat as its cover star. 

wildlife survey tools

A View from the Field: Understanding the Effectiveness of Aerial Wildlife Surveys

The inconsistencies and inaccuracies associated with aerial surveys as a wildlife management tool can be confounding. Wildlife expert Greg Simons shines a light on the practice.