Interviews

Land Report Exclusive: Chris Soules, America’s Most Famous Farmer Is on a Mission

America’s most famous farmer is on a mission to educate his fellow Americans about this country’s greatest asset, farmland. In this Land Report exclusive, he describes his quest. Text by Chris Soules Photography by Jason Walsmith & Joseph Leaming If

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Posted in Agriculture, Farming, Feature, Great Plains, Interviews, Iowa

Tom Brokaw: Knowing He Has It All

Diagnosed with incurable blood cancer, Tom Brokaw, one of our favorite landowners, relied on his wife of 50 years, a lot of humor, and even more gratitude. By Laura Landro Tom Brokaw’s authoritative reporting on such events as the fall

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Mesa Vista Kennel

It comes as no surprise that Boone Pickens’ Mesa Vista Ranch, home of the world’s finest quail hunting, is also the site of a world-class kennel. Boone Pickens started “dog rich” and has held his course. “Back when I couldn’t

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Posted in Dogs, Feature, Henry Chappell, Hunting, Interviews, News Desk, Recreation, Southwest, Texas, Water

One Straight Shooter

This Texan is committed to the land – and landowners. Fifth-generation Texan Katharine Armstrong is a straight shooter — in more ways than one. Raised on her family’s legendary South Texas cattle ranch, she grew up with a first-hand knowledge

Posted in Cattle, Conservation, Feature, Hunting, Interviews, News Desk, Southwest, Texas

Land Report 2013 Legacy Landowners: Rose Lane & Chuck Leavell | Charlane Plantation

For three decades, this Georgia couple has practiced what they preached on their cherished plantation, sharing the gospel of stewardship with those they welcome onto their land and the many they meet on their global sojourns. The Land Report is

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Posted in Conservation, Eric OKeefe, Feature, Georgia, Interviews, South, Timber

Interview: Heath Shuler

The Land Report, Summer 2009 Growing up in the 1970s, Heath Shuler saw quail hunting disappear from the mountains of his native North Carolina. “It occurred to me early on that if I wanted to hunt quail, I might have

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Posted in 2009 Summer, Henry Chappell, Interviews

Interview: Jill Rappaport

September 2007

The Land Report, September 2007 Patience pays off as Jill Rappaport parcels together an 18-acre sanctuary on Long Island. By Eric O’Keefe. Photography by Linda Solomon. Things got Western when Katie Couric left the Today Show for the CBS Evening

Posted in Eric OKeefe, Interviews, September 2007

Interview: Harrison Ford

The Land Report, August 2007 For this carpenter, finding the perfect property in Jackson Hole was only the start. His next move was integrating land and structure. His final step? Leaving an enduring legacy. By Lynn Donaldson. Photography by Timothy

Posted in August 2007, Interviews

Interview: Tom Brokaw

May 2007

The Land Report, May 2007 He has a front-row seat at some of the most momentous events in recent history, yet to hear him tell it, what happened on a river bank on his Montana ranch a couple of years

Posted in Eric OKeefe, Interviews, May 2007

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