Large photographs from my new printer are appearing everywhere. This one, 32 x 89 inches is in the conference room of Clarus Consulting. You will see new photography of Grass Lands at the headquarters of Cracker Barrel in Lebanon, TN; by the elevators at Sloss Realty, in the meeting rooms of Protective Life and the Lakeshore branch of National Bank of Commerce.
This photograph is from Natural Bridge, a very unique longleaf property for sale that Mark Bailey and I are working to place with a good conservation buyer. At least someone who will keep burning it and maybe add some woodpeckers.
Yates Lake – The Forever Wild Lake
3.7 Acre Lot on Yates Lake – Just below Lake Martin – Closer to groceries and farther from people. This is the Forever Wild Lake. The lot has a deeded access easement across private land to the 320 Acre Coon Creek Forever Wild tract.
Yate Lake Lot Info
20 Acres on Cahaba River is large parcel subdivision – Shelby County
Spence just listed 20 acres on the Cahaba River inside Shelby County off County Road 13. Email him for more info at Spence@cypruspartners.com.
NY Times Sunday Nov 30th
Mobile Press Register – great interview with Bill Finch
Mary Evelyn’s Homewood in the Alley across from DoDiYo’s
Mary Evelyn’s is open Monday – Friday – In the Alley across from DoDiYo’s Restaurant. Exhibit will be up through January 2, 2013.
Only a story Bill Finch could write – http://www.al.com/living/index.ssf/2012/10/on_a_cold_day_alabama_is_hungr.html
A great book of interest to landowners- Managing Forests on Private Land in Alabama and the Southesat. You can purchase here. http://store.alaforestry.org/cart.php?target=product&product_id=42&cat
Thursday November 8th Mary Evelyn’s in Homewood – 5:00 to 8:00 Longleaf Pine photography exhibit and book signing.
Wednesday December 5th book signing at the Alabama Clean Water Partnership in Clanton, all day.
Tuesday December 11th Talk and book signing for the Holiday party and Potluck Dinner at Monte Sano St Park Lodge from 6 to 9 pm sponsored by the Flint River Conservation Association.
40 Acres on the Cahaba River in Bibb County downstream of the refuge and upstream of Hwy 26 Bridge
Find out more at www.cypruspartners.com
Bill Finch, Rhett Johnson and John Hall have done an amazing job telling the story of longleaf – with a path to the future.
The longleaf pine ecosystem is one of the most diverse in North America, second only to the rain forest. This fire maintained forest of the Coastal Plain is experiencing a restoration movement lead by the Longleaf Alliance. The book has been a work in progress since 2005 and was created as a celebration of the efforts of the Longleaf Alliance. We are very proud to have this book published by the University of North Carolina Press, they have done a remarkable job. You can order books through this web site or send me an email for quantity orders and discounts. email@example.com
NOW DIVIDED INTO 3 LARGE TRACTS – 1380 ACRES, – 825 ACRES & 1038 ACRES! 3533 Acres of incredible natural stands of naturally regenerated longleaf, burned every two to three years on soils that have only grown longleaf. The property stradles the Alabama / Florida border east of Florala and north of Defuniak Springs between Covington and Walton Counties. It is within a an hour or less to Seaside, Grayton Beach and the beaches of South Walton. $13,000,000 Email for more information - firstname.lastname@example.org
This listing is Jake Creek, the cover of the Headwaters book – 74 acres of pristine hardwoods with a spring fed stream flowing over granite boulders in the Piedmont Region of Alabama.