Keith Fountain Law PLLC
Keith Fountain has dedicated much of his life to conservation initiatives in Florida to sustain our natural resources for future generations. He has worked extensively in all aspects of conservation strategies and conservation real estate in Florida. Mr. Fountain’s 25 years of conservation experience includes initiatives of all sizes, from county programs to multi-state initiatives, and includes experience with most government agencies and many conservation groups at the federal, state and local level throughout Florida. In addition to providing legal support to clients in these areas, he also provides consulting services for land conservation strategies through his consulting business, Conservation Advisors, LLC, which he founded in 2012.
Mr. Fountain is especially skilled at bringing the right people together to achieve project success. He initiated the discussions that resulted in the Everglades Headwaters National Wildlife Refuge and he has led efforts aimed at sustaining ranching and restoring the longleaf pine ecosystem across its historic range. In real estate, he directly produced or managed the purchase of conservation easements and land in more than 4,300 real estate transactions priced at more than $700 million.
In 2016, he founded Keith Fountain Law, PLLC to bring his unparalleled experience and breadth of contacts to ranchers, farmers, timberland owners, nonprofits and government agencies in need of legal counsel on real estate and nonprofit matters. With his expertise and vision, he helps his clients achieve conservation projects that will sustain families and businesses, and preserve Florida for future generations.
Mr. Fountain earned his J.D. in 1987 from University of Florida College of Law, and his B.S. in Geology in 1984 from University of Florida. He has been admitted to the Florida Bar to practice law since 1987. After graduating from law school, Mr. Fountain was engaged with a general practice law firm for over three years, specializing primarily in real estate and land use law.