In November 2017, T. Boone Pickens Jr. publicly announced he was seeking a buyer for his prized Texas ranch, a vast swath of land encompassing nearly 100 square miles that he began accumulating in the late 1970s. As the oil magnate and businessman, who turns 90 in May, considers his legacy, he has expressed interest in passing on the property to a person or entity whose conservation ethic aligns with his own. [read full article]
Engineering Conservation in the Southeast
How has the role and responsibility of the private landowner evolved? What role do private lands play in conservation? Field these questions and more as Alex Webel visits with Dana Beach!
Escape to Nature: A Curated Collection of "Roots" Photography
We are excited to present Roots, Volume II — a token of our appreciation for the trust and confidence you place in us. Thank you!