Ken Heinrich graduated high school in Sturgis, South Dakota. Shortly after graduation he moved to Cody, Wyoming to begin his business career first in the hotel management business and eventually owning and operating an irrigation business for over 25 years selling center pivots throughout the state. During this time he started gaining his real estate knowledge buying and selling over 15 properties which gave him the opportunity to learn about water & mineral rights as well as land owners tags for hunting. By volunteering in the community for different organizations such as the Elks Foundation, Wild Turkey Federation and currently Pheasants Forever Ken has had the opportunity to assist in wildlife preservation. He has a passion for the outdoors and has enjoyed hunting for the last 30 years. He looks forward to helping his clients find the property of their dreams and will stand committed to them while doing so. Ken enjoys weekends at his cabin just outside Yellowstone National Park with his wife of 17 years often with his grandkids as well.