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Is the Clean Water Act Polluted?

You know the big mud puddle that forms on your back 40 every time it rains? The Environmental Protection Agency might want to come inspect it. At least, that’s the concern of groups that oppose a law that would rewrite

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Posted in Conservation, Joseph Guinto, June 2007, Magazine, News Desk, Topics

How to Buy a Napa Vineyard

I came across this little ditty from the June 2007 issue when Julie Blacklidge profiled Francis Ford Coppola and we got some great interview footage of FFC that is now in our Video Archives. I think a more complete How

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Posted in Eric OKeefe, Farming, Feature, June 2007, Magazine, News Desk, Pacific, Regional News, Topics

North Carolina Land Disappearing

Development could devour nearly 2 million acres of North Carolina’s cropland and forestland over the next 20 years, according to a report by the Environment North Carolina Research & Policy Center.

Posted in Conservation, Farming, June 2007, Magazine, Recreation, Regional News, South, Timber, Topics

Preserving Endangered Species for Profit

Who can save the Alabama red-bellied turtle? Maybe your accountant can. He or she will have a chance if Congress passes new legislation that would give tax breaks to landowners who act to preserve species like the Alabama red-bellied turtle,

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Posted in Conservation, Joseph Guinto, Magazine, May 2007, News Desk, Taxes, Topics

Tom Brokaw: The Land Report Interview

BY ERIC O’KEEFE PUBLISHED MAY 2007 Tom Brokaw has had a front-row seat at some of the most momentous events in recent history, yet to hear him tell it, what happened on an isolated river bank on his Montana ranch

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Posted in Cattle, Conservation, Equestrian, Eric OKeefe, Feature, Hunting, Magazine, May 2007, News Desk, Recreation, Regional News, Residential Property, Timber, Topics, Water, West

Will Conservation Easement Tax Breaks Be Extended?

BY JOSEPH GUINTO PUBLISHED MAY 2007 Act now or forever lose your easement. A tax break for conservation-related land donations-known as conservation easements-is about to expire. That is unless Congress does something about it. The tax break, signed into law

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Posted in Conservation, Joseph Guinto, Magazine, May 2007, News Desk, Taxes

End of the Conservation Reserve Program?

BY JOSEPH GUINTO PUBLISHED APRIL 2007 With the Bush administration backing off on the Conservation Reserve Program (CRP), conservation and hunting groups fear the 22-year-old program once dubbed “Noah’s Arc for Wildlife” is a sinking ship. Backers of the CRP,

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Posted in April 2007, Conservation, Energy, Farming, Feature, Federal Policy, Hunting, Joseph Guinto, Magazine, Midwest, News Desk, Public Land, Recreation, Topics

Cut Your Taxes With An Agricultural Exemption

BY TREY GARRISON Anne Barnett has seen it all. The Florida real estate broker is also a licensed commercial appraiser and has developed and sold properties in Key West, Georgia, and throughout North and Central Florida, including Gainesville, where she

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Posted in April 2007, Cattle, Farming, Magazine, South, Taxes, Trey Garrison
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