For decades, Foxbrier has provided outdoor education experiences to teachers and students in the Laurens County School Districts and to students of nearby Presbyterian College.
Many outdoor organizations use our trail system.
Foxbrier has over 15 miles of trails available to carts, carriages, horseback riders, and hikers. Additional miles of horseback and hiking trails wind along creeks. Most trails wander through old hardwood stands and along watercourses. Wildlife abounds.
In almost 500 acres of pastureland, Black Angus, Simmental/Angus cross, and Belted Galloway cattle graze. Most years we range 100 to 125 head, selling to local stockyards and other breeders. Horses of varied breeds provide riding and driving enjoyment as well as delight for the eye.
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Activities at Foxbrier follow four avenues of operation: Farming and ranching forms the heart of Foxbrier, undergirding the equestrian, educational, and wildlife conservation activities.
Under the conservation easement held by the Upper Savannah Land Trust, Foxbrier will continue operation as a family farm in perpetuity, but with renewed outreach programs to select segments of the public.
The conservation aspects of our operation seek to make a difference in a world of dwindling natural resources, sprawling development, and impending global climate disruption.
A conservation easement placed on Foxbrier in 2006 assures that the land will retain its wild character for all time.