Kasey Palmer

Kasey Palmer
Kasey lives in Thomasville, Georgia, and has been in Forest Management since 2004, after earning Degrees from the University of Georgia in Forest Resource Management and Wildlife Biology. In 2014 Kasey founded Palmer Forest Management, a full-service forestry company specializing in large recreational and investment properties.


June 2021-Present

Executive Manager for two prominent Red Hills Plantations. Tasked with overseeing restoration and enhancement of quail hunting courses and maximizing the value of the Properties.


Consulting Forester with Earl H. Bennett Forestry in Thomasville, GA. overseeing logging and land management.


Founder and Owner of Palmer Forest Management, specializing in large acreage properties used for investment, recreation, conservation, and research.  Kasey has grown the company successfully and developed it into a leading consulting forestry company in the Red Hills region offering a range of services from consulting to complete land management.  Services include timber sales and reforestation, wildlife habitat development as well as management of conservation easement properties and properties with endangered species.

Kasey joined Oakwood Realty Group in 2021 as a broker where his background and experience in land management is crucial to assisting clients in achieving their goals for their property.  His expertise is invaluable in selecting properties that best suit his client’s needs or marketing a property for sale.  Kasey continues to assist many of Oakwood’s clients as an advisor and consultant on land management in addition to his work as a broker.


Tall Timbers Research, Longleaf Alliance, Coastal Conservation Association


Bachelor’s Degree in Forest Resource Management, Bachelor’s Degree in Wildlife Biology, University of Georgia.


Kasey grew Palmer Forest Management from inception to over 40 long-term clients in a short few-year time frame, consisting primarily of prestigious properties in the Red Hills region of South Georgia and North Florida, including the property of Tall Timbers Research Station, the premier authorities on quail and forest management in the region and nationally recognized for their work in fire ecology. Other notable clients include the Livingston Place, formerly known as Dixie Plantation, home of the Continental Field Trial.  Kasey has earned the trust of these prestigious clients through hard work and his expertise in these critical fields of comprehensive land management.


Kasey enjoys spending time with his wife Rachel, daughter Charlotte, their two dogs Harry and Lloyd, and fly fishing the flats or enjoying the coast whenever possible.