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In the creation of our company GCLM, along with other successful sister companies. Mr. Rentz had a dream to bring together a lifetime of experiences into an opportunity to benefit the agricultural community while enhancing the value to agricultural landowners. Troy has been a long-standing member of the Florida Farm Bureau and currently serves as State Director for the Volusia County Cattlemen’s Association as well as several other state and local agricultural organizations.
In 2018, Troy was the instrumental figure in lobbing the state to legislate regulations to a $2 billion global agricultural commodity, leveling the playing field, which allows small-time farmers to be able to produce their crop competitively using supply-chain permits as a condition of sale. Troy is well-versed in Florida’s right to farm act and protecting landowners' rights. He regularly conducts seminars and is sought after for speaking engagements related to his area of expertise. Troy takes pride in establishing a great working relationship with many of our governmental agencies and local officials.
Troy’s goal is to provide professional services through integrity and opportunity. He also is an advocate for the youth by donating and volunteering every year to FFA & 4H youth groups at the Volusia County Fair. Troy is a 3rd generation Floridian and resides with his wife and two sons on their ranch in Deland.
Colin C. Gordon
Senior Vice President – Director of Project ManagementRead More
Colin C. GordonSenior Vice President – Director of Project Management
Mr. Gordon joined GCLM in early 2018. His experience in land management began in 2006, where he first managed for some of the largest landowners in the state. Projects in his portfolio include an aggregate of REITs valued upwards of $250m. Responsibilities included disposition planning, marketing HBU prospects, budgeting, project management, and commodity sales; all while maintaining a flawless record with all regulatory agencies. His knowledge of the agency’s regulations and how to implement bonafide practices that are protected under Florida’s Right to Farm Act have resulted in maximizing NPV and marketability for landowners.
Colin’s goal is to bring a quantifiable value to investments by creating marketable products. All while maintaining the highest levels of integrity and efficiency.
Colin Gordon was born in Daytona Beach, baseball took him to college, then he earned his BS in Forestry from UF, and now resides in Ormond Beach with his wife and 3 children. He is a second-generation Florida resident. His family has been in the Volusia/Flagler County area for over 95 years. Colin is specifically mentioned in the Founding Families of Flagler County.