Austin EwellAustin Ewell
Principal, Ewell Group of Companies

Austin B. Ewell, III.  is a principal of The Ewell Group of Companies. The Ewell Group of Companies is involved in farming, water supply, land development, regulatory consulting, and recreational projects.   The Ewell Group of Companies is dedicated to projects that support balanced, sustainable development with full range of housing, employment opportunities, retail centers, schools, protection of farmland and preserved open spaces, adequate water supply, environmental and air quality sensitivity, and recreational opportunities.

Austin is an Attorney-at-Law specializing in land use, water supply and regulatory matters.  Austin is also President of the Clarksfield Company, Inc., a real property development and consulting firm, President of Point Millerton Ranch, LLC which consists of farming, residential and recreational projects in Madera County,   President of Lake Millerton Marinas, LLC which owns the Lake Millerton Marina, and is the Owner and Real Estate Broker of Record for Zenobia Realty Company.

Austin received his Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Southern California and his Juris Doctor from the Loyola Law School both in Los Angeles, California, and was admitted to the California Bar Association in 2004.  Austin resides in Fresno, California with his wife and daughter, and in his spare time enjoys spending time with his family, reading, traveling, and catching up with friends.

I want to be able to foster ideas and create tangible solutions to the issues that we face in Fresno and the Central Valley. I care about education not only from the standpoint of schooling, but also about the education of our citizens about the wonderful natural resources we are surrounded by and how we must work together to make Fresno a healthy, safe, vibrant, sustainable place to live. Community change is hard because we are all creatures of habit, and it requires self-reflection and a desire to want to change. This desire must come from within and eventually resonate in those around us. It requires perseverance and follow through. I moved back to Fresno with my wife and her family. I want my daughter to grow up in a place she is proud to call home.”