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Plateau Land and Wildlife Management has been helping rural landowners protect and enhance their rural land since 1997. Plateau was born out of a law that was passed in 1995 by the Texas Legislature that made it possible for folks with an Ag valuation to maintain their same property tax savings while managing for native habitat and wildlife, instead of livestock, crops, etc. Plateau stepped up to help hundreds of landowners across Texas make this transition to Wildlife Management Valuation, and along the way, realized that there were many folks that needed more than just a Wildlife Management Plan to get their Wildlife Valuation in place.

Today, our team of master-level wildlife biologists, property tax consultants, and professional field technicians set us apart from other companies that have since sprung up from the passage of this law. No other company has a greater depth or breadth of knowledge in wildlife law, or provides a wider variety of land and wildlife-related products and services.

Click HERE to meet the Plateau team!

 

Here are a few other reasons why Plateau stands out from the rest of the pack:

• We’ve been in business over 15 years.

• Our founders helped establish the law that made WMV possible, so we understand this stuff better than anyone.

• 40 plus employees in three offices, not just a one-man shop with a website. Stop by the office any time you need us- we’re in your neighborhood.

• Registered property tax consultants to legally represent you with the County

• We write close to 200 WM plans each year

• We assist hundreds of landowners with activities and maintenance

• We are well respected by County Appraisal Districts

• We’re not going anywhere and are available when you need us most

 

To date we have helped convert nearly 750,000 acres of rural Texas land to Wildlife Management, and served over 2,000 clients. We work with farmers, ranchers, private landowners, developers, land trusts, brokers, and anyone else who is interested in protecting and enhancing rural Texas land.