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Land Report September 2017 Newsletter

TED TURNER HONORED AS 2017 LEGACY LANDOWNER. The Magazine of the American Landowner singles out the iconic steward of 2-plus million acres in the US and Argentina with the cover story of the summer issue. Other great reads include: Molokai

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Posted in California, Colorado, Florida, Hawaii, Massachusetts, News Desk, Newsletter, Northeast, Pacific, South, West

Major Players Move Wellington Equestrian Market

Fewer transactions involving much larger parcels lead to a 10 percent price per acre reduction in West Palm Beach County. The twelfth edition of Atlantic Western Realty Corporation’s biennial Wellington Land Report features an incisive look at the epicenter of

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Posted in Equestrian, Eric OKeefe, Feature, Florida, South

2016 Land Report 100: Collier Family

No. 34. Collier Family 280,000 acres (down 2,472-acres) Patriarch Barron Collier’s 1922 purchase of a 200-acre citrus grove became the cornerstone of the clan’s agricultural interests in Southwest Florida. The Colliers remain actively involved in cattle and citrus at their

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Posted in Agriculture, Cattle, Energy, Feature, Florida, Land Report 100, South

Land Report August 2017 Newsletter

BREAKING NEWS! COLORADO’S CIELO VISTA RANCH SELLS. The 83,368-acre contiguous tract originally listed for $105 million with Jeff Hubbard and Pat Lancaster of Mirr Ranch Group. More details in our August newsletter, which also features four other standout properties: Colorado’s Nottingham

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Posted in Agriculture, Alabama, Cattle, Colorado, Conservation, Developers, Farming, Florida, Georgia, Hunting, Maine, Minerals, Mississippi, Newsletter, North Carolina

USDA Seeks to Restore 400,000 Acres Longleaf Pine Forest on Private Lands

Recognized as one of the most biologically diverse ecosystems on earth, longleaf pine forests once totaled more than 90 million acres and extended from Southern Virginia to Central Florida and East Texas. Less than 4 million acres exist today. In

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Posted in Conservation, Feature, Federal Policy, Florida, News Desk, South, South Carolina, Timber, Virginia

2016 Land Report 100: McDonald Family

No. 24 McDonald Family 410,500 acres (NEW TO LIST) Based in Mountain Brook, Alabama, this family maintains the vast majority of its holdings (some 310,000 acres) in Maine via Great Northwoods LLC. It also owns 92,000 acres in Alabama and

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Posted in Alabama, Energy, Feature, Florida, Land Report 100, Northeast, Recreation, South, Timber

The Land Report Top Ten: Spring 2017

Big ranches, big resources, and big views dominate the nation’s leading listings. — 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 estate advisor for

Posted in California, Colorado, Feature, Florida, Massachusetts, Nevada, Northeast, Pacific, South, Southwest, Texas, West

Rayonier to Acquire 95,100 Acres in Southeast

Jacksonville-based timber REIT Rayonier announced that it has entered into three separate transactions with different sellers in Florida, Georgia, and South Carolina to acquire approximately 95,100 acres of high-quality industrial timberlands. The aggregate purchase price will be $217 million ($2,280

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Posted in Feature, Florida, Georgia, News Desk, South, South Carolina, Timber

2016 Land Report 100: Westervelt Heirs

No. 19 Westervelt Heirs 477,000 acres (NEW TO LIST) Founded in 1884 as Prairie States Paper Company by Herbert Westervelt, the family-owned company is based in Tuscaloosa and currently operates in Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Mississippi, and South Carolina. Business divisions

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Posted in Alabama, Conservation, Energy, Feature, Florida, Georgia, Land Report 100, Mississippi, South, South Carolina, Timber, Water

2016 Land Report 100: Lykes Heirs

No. 14 Lykes Heirs 615,000 acres In the decade following the Civil War, Dr. Howell Lykes shuttered his medical practice to oversee the family farm in Florida’s Hernando County. In 1900, he and his seven sons incorporated Lykes Bros. Inc.

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Posted in Agriculture, Cattle, Farming, Feature, Florida, Land Report 100, South, Southwest, Texas
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