Quebe Farm in Brenham, Texas
Quebe Farm in Brenham, Texas is one of my favorite properties to visit. It is Texas natural beauty at its finest, and the owner Charlotte von Rosenberg has made a true commitment to the land. She is a celebrated and award-winning (Land Steward of the Year) naturalist and conservationist. Natural Texas and Quebe Farm have worked together over the past 13 years to return the land to its most natural state, encouraging the restoration of wildlife habitats and native plant species. I really feel proud to have had the privilege to be a part of this project.
Together, Natural Texas and Quebe Farm took the over grassed pasture and overgrown woodland and riparian areas, and encouraged the native plants and trees to thrive. And thrive it has done! The land has become an ecological jewel in the heart of the Texas Pineywoods. Throughout the years, Natural Texas has handled the heavy lifting such as forestry mowing, while Charlotte has worked to encourage the native plants to populate the land. I do not pretend to be a botanist, that’s all Charlotte!
The Quebe Farm project has been a true team effort. Charlotte understands completely what it takes to manage land in the most natural and responsible way possible. I always enjoy visiting Quebe Farm, and I can’t wait until my next trip back. It’s a place to be one with nature and enjoy a slice of land that God has blessed us with.
The land is for all to enjoy. We must respect it and manage it sustainably.
Forest and Land Management
Our place has been sculpted by a true naturalist and professional. I cannot say enough nice things about Carl and Natural Texas and would highly recommend him to anyone who wants to improve the look and the health of their property.Robert CordesPaige, Texas
I am writing on behalf of Carl Brockman, who performed land clearing for Black-capped Vireo habitat restoration for Travis County in February 2004. Mr. Brockman proved to be very professional and demonstrated a great deal of expertise, care and concern during all phases of the project. His understanding of native vegetation and our ultimate goal was paramount in allowing him to often work unsupervised. I strongly recommend his services for habitat restoration or manipulation. If you require any further information. please call me.Paul FushilleTravis County TNR