Nancy Myers

Land to Table: Texas-Grown Olive Oils

Brought to you by the Henry Family Growing olives in the Lone Star State is all about climate. “Even today people tell us that we can’t grow olives in Texas, but they are basing their opinions on a lot of

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Posted in Agriculture, Farming, Feature, Land to Table, Nancy Myers, News Desk, Texas, West

Land Report 100er: Stefan Soloviev

This New York City-based entrepreneur first developed an interest in agriculture through commodity trading of grains. “That’s how I got away from sitting at a desk to being out in the West,” he says. With landholdings currently totaling 141,700 acres,

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Posted in Agriculture, Cattle, Colorado, Energy, Feature, Great Plains, Kansas, Nancy Myers, New Mexico, Southwest, Texas, West

Equestrian Roundup: Florida’s Payson Park

Over the years Virginia Kraft Payson’s adventures have ranged from hunting wild game to piloting hot-air balloons, to sports fishing and dog sled competitions. But the owner of Florida’s Payson Park Thoroughbred Training Center in Indiantown is perhaps best known

Posted in Equestrian, Feature, Florida, Nancy Myers, South

Land Report 100er: The Butler Family

For Over a Century, Shepherding a Spanish Land Grant Has Been This Family’s Legacy. Benjamin Franklin Butler (1818-93), a Massachusetts politician and Union Civil War general, was also a forward-thinking landman whose legacy ranch, now in its fifth and sixth

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Posted in Cattle, Feature, Nancy Myers, New Mexico, Southwest

Land Report 100er: John Riggs

Perpetuating his family’s legacy is at the heart of this man’s ambitious endeavor. John Riggs is on a crusade to preserve his family’s Arizona ranchland, armed with a plan to match his legacy. At play is some 100,000 acres in

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Posted in Arizona, Conservation, Developers, Feature, Nancy Myers, Southwest

Private-Public Partnership

Land Report 100er Louis Bacon lays foundation for Sangre de Cristo Conservation Area by placing 90,000 acres in Colorado under easement. When Louis Bacon (above left) revealed his plans to protect 140 squares miles of his Trinchera Blanca Ranch with

Posted in Feature, Nancy Myers, News Desk

Land Report 100er: Florida’s Fanjuls

Longtime leaders in the sugar cane industry, this family has made restoration of the Everglades a top priority. All landowners, large and small, share a fundamental desire to protect and enhance their property. Florida’s Fanjul family, which owns 155,000 acres

Posted in Feature, Nancy Myers

Our Holiday Gift to You: The Story of Taylor’s Trees

Most everyone who knew Taylor Emmons marveled at his athletic abilities, sense of sportsmanship, love of the outdoors, and his empathetic nature. His untimely passing was felt by thousands, as evidenced by the capacity crowd at his celebration of life

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Posted in Dogs, Feature, Florida, Maine, Nancy Myers, Northeast, South, Timber

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