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The 1,400-acre Fork property is located at the confluence of the Pee Dee and Rocky Rivers in south-central North Carolina. McKee Carson worked with the client to create a private agricultural, equestrian and hunting plantation that was both sensitive to the environment and sympathetic to the site’s historical and cultural resources. Included in the program were sporting clays, a horse-breeding program, CTA-caliber eventing venues, continued agricultural use, extensive wildlife habitat and husbandry efforts for dove, duck, quail, pheasant, turkey and deer, and a variety of architectural components that mimic rural traditions. 

Site analyses, conceptual design studies, soil tests, and habitat and wildlife population research converged in a charge to determine the potential of the subject site for a well orchestrated establishment of the envisioned programs. The collaborative efforts of our diverse planning team produced a comprehensive feasibility study which identified the positive and negative effects of various site conditions on each individual program and their relationship to one another.

For the project Storybook click the following link.  The Fork Farm & Stables

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