Surface Assets

Wheeler Ridge

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984.94 acres of land with array of current and potential uses, including radio and telecommunication towers, cattle and sheep grazing, and residential development.

Wheeler Ridge Sub-Camp

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9.08 acres of undeveloped land located at the junction of I-5 and Hwy 99 near the Tejon Ranch Commerce Center, offering significant opportunity for commercial development. In close proximity to four recently-approved major residential and commercial developments, including Hard Rock International Hotel & Casino and the Centennial, Grapevine and Mountain Village developments.

Lost Hills - Antelope Plains

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128.14 acres of grassland just south of Hwy 46 and west of West Side Hwy 33, most recently used for livestock grazing and storage for bee boxes. Exhibits strong candidacy to be used for environmental mitigation credits under a conservation easement or as part of a larger solar development project.

Lost Hills - North Belridge

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170.85 acres located at the junction of West Side Hwy 33 and Brown Material Road with potential use for retail space, telecommunications and solar project development.

Lost Hills - United Fee

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59.26 acres of grazing land in close proximity to composting operations and solar development. Accessed from Holloway Road, approximately five miles north of Hwy 46 in Lost Hills, California.

Devils Den

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280.00 acres of grazing pasture situated less than half of a mile south of Devils Den Road and west of West Side Hwy 33 in Lost Hills, California. Potential for a conservation easement or solar project development.

Frazier Park

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37.63 acres of scenic timberland in the San Emigdio Mountains of southern Kern County, surrounded by U.S. National Forest and Wildlands Conservancy. Ideal location for a hunting lodge.

Miller & Lux

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321.64 acres of vacant land within the McDonald Anticline Oil Field. Currently leased for grazing with the potential for a conservation easement or solar project development.