Wiregrass Land & Living

Julie Strauss Bettinger

I WAS RAISED UP BENEATH THE SHADE OF A GEORGIA PINE. AND THAT’S HOME, YOU KNOW? — ZAC BROWN BAND Ever wondered what’s behind those green and white, diamond-shaped signs peering out of piney woods...

Julie Strauss Bettinger

Her name was Babe and she taught Caleb Horton everything he needs to know about dog training. It was the summer of 2005 and Horton was a college sophomore. He took a part-time job training gun dogs at...

Anna Kinchen

“Growing up in agriculture, I took for granted that farming was part of my family’s day-to-day life. It wasn’t until I moved away for college that I saw how families sought out agritourism as a way to...

Anna Kinchen

Lifestyle & garden expert, Michelle Burke, is back to share her summer plans! In case you missed it, Michelle Burke breathed new life into our Spring issue of Wiregrass Land & Living magazine...

Julie Strauss Bettinger

Is there anything more inviting than a home with a covered porch and two rocking chairs by the door? Not in the South. But these days, porches have taken on a whole new meaning. Think of it as a...

Julie Strauss Bettinger

Rural land values are on the rise as people seek the luxury of wide open spaces. Like many real estate brokers, Rob Langford has more buyers looking for land in Southwest Georgia than landowners...

Anna Kinchen

What is both gold and comes wrapped in silk? We shared the joys of having access to summer sweet corn in our most recent issue of Wiregrass Land and Living Magazine. Be advantageous and taste...

Julie Strauss Bettinger

You’ll find them at all levels, sown in the fields of Southwest Georgia: Women who are making their mark in agriculture. Their stories are as diverse as the crops they yield. Wiregrass Land & Living...

Julie Strauss Bettinger

Written by Julie Strauss Bettinger | Photography by Anna Kinchen & Shems Hamilton Tripp Bridges Thirty-three-year-old Tripp Bridges admits he didn’t listen as closely to the advice given in the...