Licensed in LA and MS
Darren Boudreaux joined National Land Realty in 2018. Darren has over 20 years of extensive knowledge in all natural resources, including conservation of soil, water, and wildlife. He is an expert in the management and improvement of all rural land types, including forestland, cropland, pasture land, hay land, recreational properties and hunting tracts. He also specializes in managing and improving habitats for wildlife species.
Darren previously worked for the Louisiana Department of Agriculture and Forestry, Office of Soil and Water Conservation in several positions such as Environmental GIS Specialist, Soil Scientist and Soil Conservationist and Nature Resource Specialist. He is also involved in many organizations. He has served as the Louisiana State Chapter President for the Quality Deer Management Association (QDMA) for the past six years and as a South LA Branch Board member for the past eight. He is a member of Ducks Unlimited, Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation, Boone and Crockett Club, as well as the National Wildlife Turkey Federation.
Darren holds a bachelor’s degree in agronomy with a concentration in soil science from Louisiana State University. He is a graduate of the QDMA Deer Steward I, II, and II programs, as well as the Deer Steward Module Courses on habitat improvement and predator trapping. Darren also holds several awards. In 2014, he received the QDMA Volunteer of the Year Award at the annual national convention, and as QDMA Louisiana State President, he was awarded the 2016 Conservation Organization of the Year Award by the Louisiana Wildlife Federation. Darren also holds Louisiana certifications for pesticide application and prescribed burning on forestland and agricultural land.
In his spare time, Darren enjoys hunting, habitat and wildlife management, fishing, farming, and traveling. He and his wife, Bonnie, currently reside in Pointe Coupee Parish, Louisiana, with their daughter, Kylie.