When buying a ranch, buyers are often concerned about the impact a conservation easement (CE) will have on the land. What should a buyer consider in evalua...
M. A. in Environmental Studies,
University of Montana
B. A. in History and Political Science,
Lewis and Clark College
Associate Broker, Colorado
A Little About Me
A 5th generation Colorado native, Woody grew up raising Simmental cattle on the high plains southeast of Denver where he developed an abiding interest in ranching and land use. With a unique expertise in conservation easements, his brokerage work has focused on land stewardship, regenerative agriculture, and maintaining working landscapes. He is actively involved in the management of his family’s hay ranch in Summit County, where he initiated a successful commercial hunting operation. Ever curious Woody spent the better part of a decade exploring the mountains and streams of Montana and the Pacific Northwest while attending college and graduate school. Formerly a Senior Project Manager with the Trust for Public Land, he is the founder of a renewable energy development company in Denver. Woody’s passion and depth of knowledge have informed a diverse professional background including commercial real estate development, outdoor education, backcountry/river guiding, and endangered species and public lands advocacy.
Memberships & Associations
Board Member, San Isabel Land Protection Trust
Former Colorado Advisory Board Member, Trust for Public Land
Western Landowners Alliance Member
Great Plains Conservation Network Member
Upper Colorado River Association Member