Real estate evaluation with respect to potential buyer's requirements. Cattle management strategies that aim at rangeland and economic sustainability. Wildlife population inventory using appropriate and reliable survey methods. Wildlife management plans customized for your unique situation. Strategies to achieve the atmosphere and service you want to provide. Quail populations stand to benefit from sound rangeland management that we provide. Land management strategies and solutions that favor rangeland health also benefit non-game wildlife species.

Jenny Sanders

img_4348Jenny currently serves part-time as Outreach and Communications Manager for a non-profit organization dedicated to helping landowners voluntarily protect their open space working agricultural land from non-agricultural development in perpetuity.  Her driving passion is providing opportunities on private land for children and adults to explore nature and discover their agricultural and hunting heritage.  She has a wide range of experience and networks to help you design your strategy for sharing and preserving your legacy with a variety of guests and audiences, and for communicating the value of your operation through outreach and marketing.  Jenny brings wide ranging experience in social media, and in staffing, hospitality services, and event planning.

Previously, Jenny served for 6 years as Facilities Manager and Outreach Coordinator at a south Texas hunting and guest ranch.  She also worked 5 years as the Conservation Program Coordinator for Texas Wildlife Association, coordinating the organization’s involvement in large-scale conservation initiatives and adult education efforts across the state of Texas.

Jenny holds BS and MS degrees from Texas A&M University in Rangeland Ecology & Management and in Wildlife & Fisheries Sciences, respectively.  Jenny is a Texas Wildlife Association Director, and is active on the Board of Directors of Texas Brigades Wildlife Leadership Camps, having served as Vice President of the organization.