Today Sandhills Development is a small organization that focuses on conservation and restoration of green spaces and native habitats, but we didn’t start that way.
At our beginning, Sandhills Development was a college dorm-room hobby for Pippin Williamson. By building small websites for anyone that would hire him, Pippin discovered a passion for web programming that led him into the freedoms and challenges of self-employment. Through custom website creation for clients big and small, Pippin then found his way into product creation by developing solutions that could be reused across many sites.
After he began selling his products on code marketplaces and found success there, Pippin set custom development aside and focused exclusively on a growing suite of products built primarily for eCommerce and membership websites. Rapid growth and success with his products led Pippin to form a company and hire the first team member and employee, Sean Davis.
Six+ years later Sandhills Development became a fully remote, distributed company that employed dozens of people all around.
In late 2021, the software products we built were acquired, allowing Pippin and Sandhills Development to leave the world of software and set sights on a new focus: conservation.
Now our goals are to conserve, preserve, and restore land to its natural state in and around central Kansas.