Conservation easements, as part of a comprehensive estate plan, can help families pass their ranches to the next generation.
Linda Campbell and husband David Mahn headed west, searching for a ranch they could manage for quail, which meant buying in either South Texas or West Texas. They had a budget, a wish list—and a vision.
Although rich legacies shape his life, Milton Greeson Jr. is not hidebound by tradition.
For many landowners, eminent domain isn’t an abstract legal construct, but a force that alters their land and their lives.
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.
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.