Mossy Oak Properties Recognizes Inaugural Fist Full of Dirt Award at 2022 Land Summit

Fist Full of Dirt Award

Mossy Oak Properties, Inc. is pleased to announce that Mossy Oak Properties Tennessee Land and Farm has received its inaugural Fist Full of Dirt Award, which will recognize the Mossy Oak Properties office or individual who completes the best conservation themed service project throughout the calendar year.


Mossy Oak Properties Tennessee Land and Farm was chosen based on their 2021 Mossy Oak Properties National Day of Conservation project, in which they challenged Stewart County, Tennessee elementary students to draw “what conservation means to them” on wildflower seed laden paper, as well as coordinated tree plantings and trash pickup projects. In their honor, Mossy Oak Properties, Inc. donated $2,000 to the National Wild Turkey Federation LBL Longbeards Chapter.

Fist Full of Dirt Award 2022


“To receive the inaugural Fist Full of Dirt Award for our community conservation project was both exciting and humbling for our team.  We feel a great sense of gratitude to be recognized for this effort, however, these conservation activities should be a regular part of every outdoorsman’s mindset year round, as we all do our part to leave Mother Earth better than the way we’ve found it,” Owner/Responsible Broker, Jamie Spencer stated.


“Conservation is at the core of everything we do here at the Mossy Oak family of companies,” said Chris Hawley, CEO/President and Co-Founder of Mossy Oak Properties.  “Like us, Mossy Oak Properties Tennessee Land and Farm shares that commitment to leaving the land better than we found it.  We are very proud of them for winning our inaugural Fist Full of Dirt award, and we thank them for being a partner in conservation causes.”


The Mossy Oak Properties land brokerage network was launched in 2003 and has since grown to over 100 franchised brokerages in 30 states throughout the country, with our network completing 4,900 transactions totaling $1.4 Billion+ in sales volume for 2021. For more information, visit