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Beartooth Group: Creating Environmental and Financial Value Through Ranch Restoration in Bozeman, Montana | Robert Keith

Creating Environmental and Financial Value Through Ranch Restoration

On today’s episode we are joined by Robert Keith of Beartooth Group, an investment group that connects people to the American West by running ranch investment funds, representing ranch buyers, and managing habitat restoration.

Robert and his family owned a ranch for 20 years, where he was able to see various projects that made the real estate more valuable which provided an environmental and financial return. This began his interest in ranch restoration. Robert eventually joined his friend in ranch restoration work and they worked together for eight years before founding Beartooth Group.

Beartooth Group now gives back to communities and the environment through their restoration and rehabilitation of ranches across the American West.

This week on Small Business War Stories, Robert Keith join us from Bozeman, Montana.

Three reasons to tune in this week: 

  • Hear about how the American West connects people and families through experiences shared only on a ranch property.
  • Learn how Robert’s company positively affects the environment with their restoration.
  • Discover the way Robert’s company survived the quiet years of the real estate world.

Listen to the podcast:


This episode is part of the Soul of America tour sponsored by Freshbooks. During October 2017, I took my second tour of America. I drove with my puppy Muddy Waggers, my guitar, and my podcasting equipment with the goal of recording podcast episodes with small business owners throughout the heart of America.

If you have any questions or comments about today’s episode, please leave them below.

Pablo Fuentes

Pablo Fuentes was the Founder and CEO of Proven. He was also the host and producer of the Small Business War Stories podcast. Pablo is currently the Founder of makepath, a spatial analysis firm. He is a graduate of the Stanford Graduate School of Business and UCLA. He loves dogs, film photography, and Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. He is also a blues guitar player and builder.

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