Growing up on a third generation cattle ranch in eastern Oregon introduced me to land at an early age. I have always had a passion for outdoor recreation, including archery hunting, hiking, fishing and camping. This led me to Oregon State University where I graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Natural Resources. Upon graduation from college, I married my best friend from high school. We are still happily married and raising our family in eastern Oregon.
Prior to joining the Whitney Land Company team, I worked for the United States Department of Agriculture Natural Resource Conservation Service. I have many years of experience in ecological sciences and have used these skills to facilitate and coordinate environmental and natural resource efforts. My technical and academic background in natural resource management is complementary to these efforts. I have worked closely with landowners on an individual basis, defining goals, inventorying resources, formulating alternatives and successfully selecting alternatives that would address natural resource concerns on their properties. I have extensively worked on restoring wetlands, pre-commercial thinning, riparian planting, irrigation system improvement, wildlife habitat improvement and rangeland improvement, and have managed grazing systems and ecological site development.
I can work with you to identify specific habitat types that fulfill your goals and objectives as a seller or a buyer. I am motivated and will work hard to get your desired results. Whether it is an investment for agriculture or recreation, I can assist you with the tools necessary to evaluate the property’s resources.
I am a person who is honest, hardworking and thinks outside the box to find solutions to challenging scenarios. It is the way my brain works best! In my role as a broker for you, I believe in this quote from Abraham Lincoln, “Things may come to those who wait, but only the things left by those who hustle.” That is, I will hustle with integrity and honesty to achieve the desired outcome for my clients.
Licensed in the State of Oregon
Double Bar F Ranch Malheur OR Malheur Ontario Oregon farmsranchesrecreational land800000115163111326215930244630double bar f ranchfarms ranches recreationallandoregonMalheur County, OregonLocated 6 miles from Ontario, Oregon, the Double Bar F Ranch contains 115 acres including 20 acres of alfalfa, 26 acres of irrigated pasture, and 50 acres of rangeland. The property includes a 2,500 square foot home with outbuildings, and running water is found in several locations on the property. Rural living, with abundant wildlife and amazing views, just outside a thriving Eastern Oregon city.115± acres$800,000
Keating Pivot Farm Baker OR Baker Keating Oregon farms925000146162984357416244639630keating pivot farmfarmsoregonBaker County, OregonThe Keating Pivot Farm is located approximately 16 miles northeast of Baker City, Oregon in the Keating Valley. The total size of the farm is 146 acres. Baker County Planning Department has approved an application for a farm dwelling just north of the pivot. Currently, 100 acres are planted with corn, 8 acres of fescue grass, and 17 acres of alfalfa. The soil is mapped primarily as a Baker Silt Loam 0-2% slopes. There is also Powval Silt Loam and Virtue Silt Loam soils within the farm. These soils are moderately deep and well drained. Combined with a longer growing146± acres$925,000
Sutton Creek Pivot Ranch Baker OR Baker Baker City Oregon farms970000554162377316216164548020sutton creek pivot ranchfarmsoregonBaker County, OregonThe Sutton Creek Pivot Ranch is nestled in a sagebrush valley only six miles from Baker City, Oregon and is surrounded by a sea of rolling sagebrush drainages that provide connectivity to the Whitman National Forest. This ranch has irrigated base acres along with a sagebrush/bunchgrass plant community that provides flexibility for a grazing rotation. The ranch has been improved to provide easier management for the new owner, with facilitating management practices that include newer fences and a pivot irrigation application system along with a livestock watering system. Two pivots, covering 100 acres, were installed in 2015. The pivots provide554± acres$970,000