Beavers help create wetland habitat.
We hold educational landowner workshops on the property.
Soybean crops are part of our agricultural property.
Controlled understory burn to help habitat.
Stand of pollinator plants.
Thinning Loblolly Pines in preparation for understory burn.
Wintertime on the property.
Laying road pipes.
Speaking to landowners about agriculture and land management practices.
The Ward Burton Wildlife Foundation owns and manages over 9,100 acres of land. This includes 700 acres of agricultural property as well as 8,400 acres of timberland and diverse wildlife habitat. We also proudly manage habitat for several endangered species and we work very hard to develop and sustain our conservation models. We partner with local, state, and federal organizations as well as working directly with landowners with land management educational workshops.
Corn just coming out of soil.
Cleaning up an old farm site.
Clover and oates planted for the fall.
Fall stand of oats.
Agricultural site of wheat.
Preparing to plant corn.