LandVest Conserved Horse Properties Featured in Equestrian Quarterly

When the national luxury equestrian publication, Equestrian Quarterly, asked LandVest’s Ruth Kennedy Sudduth and Chris Rodstrom to write a piece about conserving horse properties, they immediately focused on the stories behind land conservation.  Three Farms, Three Visions  describes how three landowners’ unique visions helped shape the conservation of these special landscapes.  Whether conserving open country for fox hunting, providing a community resource for eventers or protecting an idyllic farm in Vermont, the sense of stewardship of these properties and the communities that enjoy them is paramount.

Uphill Farm, in Woodstock, Vermont, exemplifies thoughtful conservation.
This 88± acre “gentleman’s farm, perfected” is offered for sale for $4.95 million.
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LandVest is proud to have assisted clients in the conservation of over a million acres of land, helping navigate complicated (and potentially conflicting) goals for conservation and future marketability.  LandVest is an industry leader in the brokerage of conserved properties from suburban estates to major working forests.  For more information on how LandVest can assist in the conservation or brokerage of special properties, please contact Ruth Kennedy Sudduth at or 617-357-0455.