Sam Champion

Sam Champion
 
 
 
Phone Number:
(615) 975-8575
Mobile Phone:
(615) 975-8575
Email:
schampion@mossyoakproperties.com
An Alabama native, Sam attended Auburn University earning degrees in Agronomy and Horticulture in 1996, and went on to add another B.S. degree in Environmental Design, while completing his Master's degree In Landscape Architecture in 2002. Sam made his way to Nashville in 2004 after being offered a spot with the award winning landscape architectural firm of Hawkins Partners, Inc. After several years with Hawkins Partners, Sam accepted an academic post as Program Chair for the Horticulture Department at Nashville State Community College. His years of teaching and research at Nashville State saw a resurgence of importance and interest in organic food production and healthy soil environments. "I don't teach my students the type of contemporary agriculture that our society has come to rely on. I'm trying to create conservationist, managers and stewards on all levels and from any perspective ... it's been the most rewarding work I've ever done." After stepping out of academia and joining Mossy Oak Properties-TN Land & Farm all of his expertise and experience have merged in order to assist clients to find and obtain the property that most suits their needs, whether it be agricultural property for food and livestock production, recreational land for hunters or the equestrian, or property obtained as a hedge against economic unrest or an impending agricultural epidemic, Sam and the rest of the Mossy Oak properties-TN Land and Farm Network can help. As a life long hunter, Sam grew up in a deer stand, on a dove field, chasing English pointers through quail woods, and pulling bass and bream from local ponds as well as redfish from the Louisiana Marsh. He knows what it takes to make those endeavors successful. He looks forward to assisting you in finding your special piece of earth.

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