Conservation

2016 Land Report 100: Collins Family

No. 29 Collins Family 311,395 acres (up 923 acres) With a timber tradition predating the Civil War, the Collins Family originated a number of savvy forestry stewardship practices that many of their competitors ultimately embraced. With significant operations in Pennsylvania,

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Posted in California, Conservation, Feature, Land Report 100, Oregon, Pacific, Pennsylvania, South, Timber

The Battle of Bois D’Arc Creek

Under the guise of progress, eminent domain rears its ugly head yet again. by Henry Chappell | photography by Russell Graves When Harold “Thump” Witcher (right) mows a hayfield, cleans a fencerow, or feeds his cattle, he works land he

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Posted in Conservation, Developers, Feature, Federal Policy, Henry Chappell, News Desk, Public Land, Southwest, Texas, Timber, Water

SOLD! Listed for $2.95 Million, Chile’s Spectacular Fundo Los Leones Sells

Located at the northern tip of the Aysén region in Southern Chile, 1,700-acre Fundo Los Leones enjoys six miles of private protected shoreline on the spectacular Pitipalena Fjord as well as five miles of the Palena River as it flows

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Posted in Conservation, Feature, International, Recreation, Residential Property

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

Land Report July 2017 Newsletter

This month’s page-one story? The EPA has determined that there was no misconduct involved in 2015’s Gold King Mine spill. This news comes on the heels of the announcement by the agency that it was not legally able to pay

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Posted in Agriculture, Auctions, Bankruptcy, California, Colorado, Conservation, Developers, Farming, Federal Policy, Montana, News Desk, Newsletter, Pacific, Public Land, Recreation, Residential Property, West, Wyoming

American Landowner: The Cabin Bluff Story

Shepherded for centuries and protected by a national seashore, this historic saltwater plantation enjoys one-of-a-kind status as America’s oldest hunting club. For the next owner of Cabin Bluff, the $64,000 question will be whether to continue its matchless legacy or

Posted in Conservation, Corinne Garcia, Dogs, Feature, Georgia, Hunting, Recreation, South, Timber, Water

Buying a Piece of Ground

Tom and Meredith Brokaw had no idea about the adventure they were about to undertake when they decided to buy a ranch in Montana in the late 1980s. “It was kind of a romantic idea that I had of buying

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Posted in Conservation, Eric OKeefe, Feature, Interviews, Midwest, Montana, Recreation

Land Report 2016 Ranchland Deal of the Year: Osage Nation Buys Bluestem Ranch from Turner Enterprises

In June 2016, the Osage Nation acquired Oklahoma’s Bluestem Ranch from Turner Enterprises for $74 million. It was one of many steps the Osage have taken as they seek to reassemble tribal lands dispersed more than a century ago. The

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Posted in Agriculture, Conservation, Eric OKeefe, Feature, News Desk, Oklahoma, Southwest

2016 Land Report 100: Philip Anschutz

No. 22 Philip Anschutz 434,500 acres Wyoming’s reputation as a low-tax haven is somewhat suspect in certain quarters of downtown Denver, home of The Anschutz Corporation. The company developed its Chokecherry and Sierra Madre Wind Energy Project on Anschutz’s Overland

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Posted in Cattle, Colorado, Conservation, Energy, Feature, Land Report 100, West, Wyoming

2016 Land Report 100: Fisher Family

No. 21 Fisher Family 440,000 acres (NEW TO LIST) Gap cofounders Donald and Doris Fisher turned their attention to ecofriendly timber production in 1998 when they established Mendocino Redwood Company. A decade later, the couple acquired Pacific Lumber, which they

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Posted in California, Conservation, Feature, Land Report 100, Pacific, Timber
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