Born in San Antonio, Texas, Jesse Womack is a fifth generation rancher and founder of the RanchNetwork, which seeks to connect livestock producers, managers, employees, vendors, and service providers to create an open community with the goal of increasing profitability and efficiency. Mr. Womack currently helps to manage his family ranch in Victoria County, Texas with his brother William. He graduated from Texas Christian University’s Ranch Management program in 2002.
“I was drawn to TALT because I feel that conservation easements are a great tool to further our conservation goals in Agriculture. I am very passionate about agriculture and it’s future here in Texas. Conservation easements are one tool to help ensure the future of agriculture and maintain open spaces for generations to come. They are also a way to acknowledge the eco-system services that well managed working lands provide to the general public.”