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2016 Land Report 100: Reed Family

No. 5 Reed Family 1,370,000 acres One of the oldest continuously operating forest products companies in the Pacific Northwest, the Reed family’s Green Diamond Resource Company got its start in 1890. Now in its fifth generation of operation, Green Diamond

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Posted in California, Conservation, Feature, Oregon, Pacific, Timber, Washington

Facebook CEO Drops Legal Action Against Native Hawaiians

While attempting to clean up the title on parcels within his 700-acre Kauai estate, Mark Zuckerberg ran into a public relations buzz saw. Zuckerberg’s counsel attempted to use a legal maneuver called “quiet title and partition” to determine ownership of

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Posted in Conservation, Feature, Hawaii, News Desk, Pacific

California Emerges from Prolonged Drought

Recent rains and substantial winter storms have put an end to a harrowing stretch of Exceptional Drought that has plagued the Golden State. At its worst, the crippling conditions covered two-thirds of the state, decimating agriculture, aiding wildfires, and forcing

Posted in Agriculture, California, Cattle, Farming, Feature, News Desk, Pacific, Water

The Land Report Top Ten: Winter 2016

Coastal compounds, a Rocky Mountain retreat, Texas ranches, and a Florida key take top honors. — The Editors 1. Sandow Lakes Ranch (Texas): $250 million This 33,777-acre acre Central Texas sanctuary is being sold by Alcoa. Bernard Uechtritz, international real

Posted in California, Colorado, Conservation, Equestrian, Feature, Florida, Hunting, Massachusetts, News Desk, Northeast, Pacific, Recreation, Residential Property, Southwest, Texas, Water, West

2016 Land Report 100: Emmerson Family

No. 3 Emmerson Family 1,950,000+ acres (up 35,000 acres) Next time you drive past a construction site, take a close look at the frames being hoisted into place. Or the windows and the doors. Don’t be surprised if you spy

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Posted in California, Feature, Pacific, Timber, Washington

Land Report January 2017 Newsletter

Landowners from coast to coast have been battered and blessed in 2017, including: The EPA’s decision not to pay compensation for the Gold King Mine spill. The much anticipated end to California’s prolonged drought. Hope to see you Friday, Feb.

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Posted in Agriculture, California, Cattle, Colorado, Federal Policy, Hawaii, Minerals, Newsletter, Pacific, Public Land, Water, West

2016 Land Report 100

Largest 100 Landowners

More than 20 new landowners grace the ranks of the 2016 Land Report 100 sponsored by LandLeader. The landmark survey, now in its tenth year, is available HERE. Among the new Land Report 100ers are California’s Fisher family, who founded The Gap

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Posted in Agriculture, Back Issues, Cattle, Conservation, Energy, Farming, Feature, Great Lakes, Great Plains, Hunting, International, Land Report 100, Midwest, Minerals, News Desk, Northeast, Pacific, Public Land, Recreation, South, Southwest, West

The Land Report Top Ten: Fall 2016

Legacy Springs Ranch ranks as one of the last great private holdings in Texas’s Highland Lakes region. – The Editors 1. NEW! Sandow Lakes Ranch (Texas): $250 million This 33,777-acre acre Central Texas sanctuary is being sold by Alcoa. Bernard

Posted in Agriculture, California, Cattle, Colorado, Conservation, Energy, Equestrian, Farming, Feature, Florida, Hunting, Massachusetts, Nevada, News Desk, Northeast, Pacific, Recreation, Residential Property, South, Southwest, Texas, Water, West

Private Landowners Fuel Jet Travel

Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack greeted Seattle passengers deplaning at Washington Reagan after an Alaska Airlines flight powered in part by a new renewable fuel made of wood waste salvaged from private lands in Washington, Oregon, and Montana. “In 2011,

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Posted in Agriculture, Conservation, Energy, Feature, Minerals, Montana, News Desk, Oregon, Pacific, Timber, Washington, West

Private Landowners Facilitate Expansion of Yosemite

Robin and Nancy Wainwright shunned a lucrative offer for 400 acres on the western edge of Yosemite National Park and instead sold Ackerson Meadow to the Trust for Public Land for $2.3 million, which donated the land to the National

Posted in California, Conservation, Feature, News Desk, Pacific, Public Land
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