Natural Properties Real Estate & Forestry
George Farmer is the Owner, Broker and SC Registered Forester at Natural Properties. He has over 30 years experience in forest management and real estate. He worked for International Paper Company on the NC coast from 1974 to 1984 working in the management of over 300,000 acres of timberland in the Neuse District in New Bern, NC. He was responsible for inventory on the entire timberland and responsible for timber sales, reforestation, forest fire control and general forest management for the 75,000 acres inside the New Bern Unit. He was also in charge of field work for a massive International Paper and Weyerhauser land trade in 1983.  He was one of the timber cruisers assigned to appraise the timber on the International Paper purchase of the Bodcaw 420,000 acres in Louisiana which at the time was called by Forbes Magazine as one of the largest private land purchases in US History. He and other forest technicians and foresters also worked on a daily basis in the extremely rough and infamous NC coastal Pine Pocosins and Carolina Bays.
In 1984 George went with Crescent Resources as as unit forester in the SC Keowee Timberlands office. He was involved in the daily forest management of over 200,000 acres in the Upstate SC area which managed company land along the shores of Lake Jocassee, Lake Keowee, Lake Hartwell and Lake Russell. 
In 1988 George became a SC Registered Forester, resigned from Crescent Resources and opened Forest Land Management Co., a consulting forestry office. In 1989 he changed the name to Natural Properties Real Estate and Forestry LLC, added his SC real estate brokers license and has since managed thousands of acres of private timberland, sold many land tracts and homes as well as thousands of acres of timber.

Contact Natural Properties Real Estate & Forestry

George Farmer
Consulting Forester - Realtor
4120 Clemson Blvd
Suite E
Anderson , South Carolina  29621
Phone: 864-224-5111


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