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Henry Nash
5.0 stars
2 reviews

Henry Nash

Land Professional, Lexington, KY Office
Licensed in: KY
Cell: 443-632-4172
Office: 855-384-5263
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Henry Nash joined National Land Realty in November 2020. Before joining the NLR team, Henry previously worked for Cardno as a Restoration Supervisor and at Barnwell Forestry as a Forester. Henry went to Colorado State University where he received a bachelor’s degree in rangeland ecology and forestry. He is involved in several organizations such as Quality Deer Management Association (QDMA) and Ducks Unlimited. Henry’s school education and practice in the field of forestry and land management allow him to help landowners successfully assess the options they may have for improving their land.

Henry is originally from Baltimore, Md. He moved to Colorado to study ecological restoration and forestry at Colorado State University. He met his fiancé Natalie in Colorado who is from Louisville originally. They moved back to Louisville in 2017. 

Henry and his fiancé, Natalie, currently live in Louisville, Ky., with their Australian Shepherd, Oakley. In Henry’s free time, you can find him mountain biking or hunting whitetails, waterfowl, and turkey.

Henry Nash was incredible. He was extremely professional, timely, responsive, and trustworthy.

– Walter W. (November 15, 2021)

I was a very high maintenance seller that never heard "no". I was only given options to try and satisfy my specific needs. I am satisfied without remorse with my experience with Mr. Nash and NLR, and would recommend to anyone looking to be taken care of every step of the way. Thank you

– James D. (November 10, 2021)

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