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Panelists to Search for New Model of Conservation Funding

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The Association of Fish & Wildlife Agencies (AFWA) has named 20 leaders from the outdoor recreation, retail and manufacturing sectors, the energy industry, and sportsmen’s groups to its Blue Ribbon Panel on Sustaining America’s Diverse Fish and Wildlife Resources. Under

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Posted in Conservation, Feature, Great Lakes, Great Plains, Midwest, News Desk, Northeast, Pacific, Public Land, South, Southwest, West

2014 Land Report 100

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Here it is … the 2014 Land Report 100 sponsored by Fay Ranches. Among the major movers on this year’s list is nationally known homebuilder D.R. Horton, founder and chairman of DR Horton Inc. (DHI), who acquired New Mexico’s 457-square-mile Great

Posted in Agriculture, Back Issues, Bankruptcy, Cattle, Conservation, Developers, Energy, Farming, Land Report 100, Minerals, News Desk, Public Land, Recreation, Residential Property, Taxes, Timber, Water

The Little Pink House Goes to Hollywood

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One of the greatest missteps by our nation’s high court will be featured on the silver screen next year. Producer Ted Balaker can remember the exact moment when he first learned that the Supreme Court had ruled 5-4 against Susette

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Conservation Easement Granted on a Key Livestock Trail

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A Wyoming landowner has agreed to a plan that protects a historic stock rest in the northern part of the state, near the Big Horn Mountains. Rancher Bruce Pheasant of Kaycee, signed a conservation easement to protect a grassy valley

Posted in Cattle, Conservation, Farming, Feature, Hunting, News Desk, Public Land, West, Wyoming

2013 Land Report 100: Collier Family

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No. 26 Collier Family 280,000 acres Florida’s Collier County is named for family patriarch Barron Collier, a Tennessee native who relocated to the Sunshine State in the early 1900s and became one of Florida’s largest developers and landowners. The family’s

Posted in Conservation, Feature, Florida, News Desk, Public Land, Recreation, South

Keystone Pipeline Goes to State Supreme Court

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The Nebraska Supreme Court will wait until September to hear a challenge by landowners and others opposing Gov. Dave Heineman’s decision to let Keystone XL pipeline builder TransCanada use the power of eminent domain to acquire the necessary right of

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The Land Report Summer 2014

The Land Report Summer Issue 2014

Timber specialists, ranch brokers, recreational experts, productive ag pros – more than 100 firms from coast to coast were surveyed to prepare our fourth annual look at America’s Best Brokerages for the Summer 2014 edition of the Magazine of the American Landowner. Dozens more

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Posted in Agriculture, Auctions, Back Issues, Bankruptcy, Cattle, Certified Communities, Conservation, Developers, Dogs, Energy, Equestrian, Equities, Farming, Federal Policy, Golf, Great Lakes, Great Plains, Hunting, International, Land Report 100, Land Report Top 10, Midwest, Minerals, Northeast, Pacific, Public Land, Recreation, Residential Property, South, Southwest, Taxes, Timber, Water, West

Land Report June 2014 Newsletter

Too many items to discuss in the June 2014 Newsletter. Among the high points? A major judicial decision that will impact landowners nationwide. Rising beef prices and increased crop yields continue to stoke land values. And a first look at the

Posted in Agriculture, Auctions, Bankruptcy, Cattle, Conservation, Developers, Energy, Farming, Federal Policy, Hunting, Newsletter, Northeast, Public Land, Residential Property, Southwest, Taxes, Water, West

National Park Proves a Hard Gift to Give

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Roxanne Quimby Faces an Uphill Battle to Bequest 100,000 Acres Lucas St. Clair pulled up to an overlook in Maine’s North Woods to a stunning vista of Mount Katahdin, the state’s highest peak and the endpoint of the Appalachian Trail.

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Supreme Court Sides with Landowner in Rails-to-Trails Case

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Throughout the 19th century, Congress would spur track expansion by granting tracts of land and other property rights to private railroad operators. These days, however, more tracks are getting torn up than put down. In many instances, this causes certain

Posted in Feature, Federal Policy, News Desk, Public Land, West, Wyoming
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