Wallace Farm has been in the Wallace family for generations and the initial primary use was agricultural production. The agricultural fields were converted to timber production approximately 15 years ago. Timber production is currently the primary objective. The timber being managed is loblolly pine which accounts for approximately 70% of the property. The conservation easement will permit only agricultural, timber, and recreational uses in the future. Wildlife habitat enhancements along with maintaining a healthy forest are the main two secondary objectives. Particular wildlife species of interest are white-tailed deer, bob white quail, and wild turkey. Hunting and fishing are primary recreational uses for the property.
A map for Wallace Farm has been provided in Google Map format.