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Land Report April 2015 Newsletter

Our Spring issue featuring the 2014 Landowners of the Year, Katharine Armstrong and Ben Love, and the 2014 Deals of the Year highlights our April newsletter, including: 2014 Deal of the Year: Texas’s Powderhorn Ranch 2014 Historic Deal of the Year: Colorado’s Caribou

Posted in Agriculture, Auctions, California, Cattle, Conservation, Equestrian, Federal Policy, Florida, Minerals, Nevada, News Desk, Newsletter, Texas

Congress Pondering 1031 Exchange

The potential repeal of like-kind exchanges jeopardizes landowners and other investors. BY DAVID BROWN PUBLISHED SPRING 2015 Over the past year, a variety of proposals have emerged from Congress designed to gut the tax code and create a simpler, more fair taxation framework.

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Posted in Conservation, Developers, Feature, Federal Policy, News Desk, Taxes

U.S. Department of Agriculture Targets Citrus Greening

Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack announced $30 million in funding for 22 projects to help citrus producers combat Huanglongbing (HLB). Better known as citrus greening, HLB is a devastating citrus disease that is threatening U.S. citrus production. The HLB funds

Posted in Agriculture, California, Feature, Federal Policy, Florida, News Desk, Pacific, South

Upcoming Event: 2015 Forest Landowners Association Annual Conference

The 2015 Forest Landowners Association (FLA) conference will be held at the Hilton Virginia Beach Oceanfront in Virginia Beach, Virginia from June 2-5, 2015. The FLA conference features forums and speakers that address a broad range of forestry issues impacting

Posted in Feature, Federal Policy, South, Timber, Virginia

Land Report March 2015 Newsletter

Our March newsletter features numerous news items, including: Why landowners must contact their elected officials in Washington. Which 5,221-acre legacy property goes on the auction block next month. Who is heading up the new Land & Ranch Division at Concierge Auctions. For up-to-the-minute reports on

Posted in Agriculture, Auctions, Cattle, Conservation, Farming, Federal Policy, Newsletter, Pacific, Taxes, West

Asian Carp Nearing Lake Michigan

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service reports that Asian carp are knocking on the door of the Great Lakes. Sampling data, collected in October, show the presence of bighead or silver carp DNA throughout the Chicago Area Waterway System less

Posted in Conservation, Feature, Federal Policy, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Midwest, Missouri, News Desk, Ohio, Water

The Administration Moves to Protect the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge

The Department of the Interior is releasing a conservation plan that recommends additional protections for the 19-million acre Arctic National Wildlife Refuge (ANWR). President Obama announced he will make a recommendation to Congress to designate core areas of the nation’s

Posted in California, Feature, Federal Policy, News Desk, Oregon, Pacific, Public Land, Washington

U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Chief Economist Retires

Dr. Joseph Glauber announced his retirement from federal service effective December 31, 2014. A graduate of the University of Chicago (AB) and the University of Wisconsin (PhD), Glauber was responsible for the USDA’s agricultural forecasts and projections as well as

Posted in Agriculture, Farming, Feature, Federal Policy, Great Lakes, Great Plains, Midwest, News Desk, Northeast, Pacific, South, Southwest, West

Congressional Rider Blocks Gunnison Sage-Grouse Funding

Buried in the fine print of last month’s $1.1 billion Cromnibus – the love child of a “continuing resolution” (CR) and “omnibus” spending bill – was a rider that prevents federal funding to meet court-imposed Endangered Species Act (ESA) deadlines.

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Posted in Colorado, Conservation, Feature, Federal Policy, News Desk, Utah, West

Colorado Officials Vow to Fight U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service

The Denver Post reports that Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper plans to sue the federal government following the declaration of the Gunnison sage grouse as a threatened species by U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service Director Dan Ashe. Hickenlooper called the decision

Posted in Colorado, Conservation, Feature, Federal Policy, Hunting, News Desk, Public Land, West
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