"Lindsey Wilson, a senior at Fort Hays State University, has received the Base Camp Leasing Scholarship for the 2013-2014 academic year. 'Scholarships have significantly contributed to my success as an undergraduate student, and thanks to Steve Meng and Base Camp Leasing, I am one step closer to my career goals,' said Lindsey."
By Susan Blower
Hoosier grain and cattle farmer Terry Hillman has found another source of income from his land: He rents to hunters through Base Camp leasing. "It's been nothing but positive," said Hillman.
By Scott Bestul, Field & Stream
Why are more and more whitetail fanatics renting real estate? Because, chosen carefully and managed properly, a deer lease can provide the finest hunting of your life, at a cost that won't put you in the hock.
Country Folks, July 18, 2011
Time was when you could park your car by the side of the road, amble up to the farmer's house to get permission, and be granted the right to hunt wildlife in his woods. That quaint scenario is not so common today.
By Robert R. Rogers, Buckmasters.com
The 2008 Ohio archery season started out warm and the deer were not moving as much as we had hoped. Just walking to our stands made the sweat roll down our faces and backs. This was not the weather we had expected for central Ohio in late October.
Melanie Wilt & Chuck Gamble, OSU.edu, Sep 9, 2011
While more than 600 exhibits and dozens of seminars will appeal to a wide array of interests, Farm Science Review Manager Chuck Gamble recommends 10 exhibits and topic areas nobody should miss...
[Hint: Base Camp Leasing is one of them!]
Farm Show, Vol. 35, Issue 5, 2011
If you own land that has wildlife and you aren't using it, leasing it to a group of hunters could net you $7.50 to $22.50 per acre annually. And Base Camp Leasing will take care of the paperwork and liability insurance for you.