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Jack McInerneyAssociate Broker
2011 – Present
Associate Broker, Live Water Properties, LLC
1998 – 2015
Vice President, Financial Consultant, D. A. Davidson Companies
1986 – 1998
Investment Representative, Edward D. Jones Investments
1978 – 1986
Self Employed Farmer
CASA/Guardian Ad Litem Montana Sixth Judicial District, Shields Valley FFA Alumni member/volunteer, Shields Valley BPA volunteer, Small Business Management Coach/Judge, Southern Crazy Mountain Watershed Group founding board member, National Rifle Association member, Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation member, Ducks Unlimited member, Red Cross of Park County, past board member
- Bachelor of Science, Business Administration
University of Montana
- Dry Cottonwood Creek, Deer Lodge County, 680 acres
Improved stream corridor health, selectively logged forests, fenced to better manage livestock and wildlife use, and developed food plots for elk and deer.
- Limestone Butte Ranch, Judith Basin County, 2,200 acres
Improved wildlife use by developing water and distribution system, planted 52 acres of sanfoin and alfalfa food plots, significantly increased wildlife habitat and use by grazing management, fencing and selective logging programs, weed management program is currently in place.
- Otter Creek Ranch, Cascade County, 1,009 acres
Improved stream pools and vegetated banks on the spring creek; and increased area and depth of 3-acre pond to improve aquatic habitat.
- Cottonwood Creek, Park County, 42 acres
Removed 240 yards of farm debris, and currently completing stream bank stabilization, developing 3 springs and an artesian well for future ponding enhancement projects.
- Rock Creek/Hammond Creek, Park County, 80 acres
Removed farm debris, developed 3 springs and built a one acre pond. Extensive noxious weed management has significantly reduced weed issues on property.
My passion for outdoor activities have interconnected with my interest in improving properties we have acquired, which are diamonds in the rough waiting to be polished. I enjoy bringing enthusiasm and acquired experience to add perspective to your real estate transaction
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