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Fay Ranches featured in The Wall Street Journal’s Mansion Section

 

Once again, Fay Ranches is featured in The Wall Street Journal.  Broker/Owner Greg Fay’s expertise was quoted in the front page of Mansion Global.  The article focused on the challenges that wealthy buyers face building luxury homes in the back woods without basic infrastructure: roads, power lines and wells; even, utilizing helicopters or barges to transport bulldozers to workers residing in trailers for weeks during construction.  Read the article here...

Hunting Elk Meadows Ranch in 2015

Article by Jon Fossel, Owner of Elk Meadows Ranch in Big Sky, Montana.

Our 2015 hunting season had several wonderful highlights and a couple of disappointments.

The Highlights:

Jon’s 14 year old granddaughter, Megan, came in June for her very first big game hunt. She shot a spectacular 250 lb. cinnamon colored black bear on the first day of her hunt. She was a bit nervous but made a perfect 100 yard downhill shot.

Congress Poised to Make Tax Incentive for Donations of Conservation Easements Permanent

Congressional leaders have announced a broad, year-end deal that will make permanent the enhanced incentive for donations of conservation easements! Additionally, the deal includes a brief but welcome reauthorization of the Land and Water Conservation Fund — setting the stage for important legislative action next year.

Read the full article at the Land Trust Alliance.

The Hunter Conservationist Paradox

This year, October 27th marked the 157th birthday of former president and conservationist Theodore Roosevelt, a beloved national figure and pioneer in the world of land conservation, whose legacy has lasted long after his death. The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission recently published an article celebrating his achievements as a conservationist.

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