Summer 2011 Newsletter

I hope this newsletter finds you enjoying the longer days and much warmer weather (a bit warmer than we care for). It’s the season of barbecues and late afternoon thunderstorms. Soak it up; it’ll be chilly again before you know it.

You may notice we’ve updated the appearance of our newsletter to include a wider variety of content.  We invite you to take advantage of the richer content while enjoying the more easily navigable layout.  Just click on any story that piques your interest to read more.  You can also stay up to date on our work by following us on Facebook and LinkedIn and by subscribing to our blog.

Company News

– FSC affiliates collaborate to provide master planning, architecture and landscape architecture, and shooting sports programming and design at Fox Hollow Farm.  Read more…

– Field Sport Concepts adds falconry and enhances outdoor programming services with addition of new affiliate, Duane Zobrist.  Read more…

– FSC affiliate Trout Headwaters opens new office in the Chesapeake Bay watershed.  Read more…

– Lookfor us at this year’s Land and Wildlife Expo in Nashville, Tennessee!

Our Expertise

Now that you’re managing timberland, consider adding further value to your holdings by incorporating innovative recreational opportunities.  Read more…

We are eager to collaborate with you as you seek to enhance your holdings and/or service offerings.  Click below to learn how we can help you.

– Field Sport Enthusiasts
– Farm & Rural Land Owners
– Conservations
– Ranch & Farm Brokers
– Equestrian Enthusiats
– Land Developers

In the Field

– Celebrating Virginia Wine – Wine bloggers and industry leaders descended on Virginia for the 2011 Wine Bloggers Conference.  Read more…

– Singing Elk Song’s Praises – Through the implementation of a strategic management plan, an Oregon rancher turned his 4,000+ acre property into an outdoorsman’s paradise.  Read more…

– The $100 Million Pond – By monetizing the ecosystem services of wetlands, forests, and other natural systems, environmentalists and economists are hoping to draw attention to the economic value of nature.  Read more…


To find out more about our company and our unique approach to rural land conservation please check out our inaugural e-newsletter.

If you have any questions or comments or to explore ways in which we can serve you, please do not hesitate to contact us.  We appreciate your readership and look forward to hearing from you!

All the best,

Bob McKee


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