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Wheat Farmer Ordered to Pay $2.8 Million

USA Today reports that a Northern California farmer received a multimillion-dollar fine for failing to apply for the necessary permit to plow and plant. “The case is the first time that we’re aware of that says you need to get

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Posted in Agriculture, California, Farming, Feature, Federal Policy, News Desk, Pacific, Water

Inspector General Clears EPA In Gold King Mine Spill

Agency finds no misconduct in three-million-gallon spill. The Office of the Inspector General (OIG) of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) concluded no wrongdoing was associated with an EPA-led team that triggered the Gold King Mine spill and sent three million

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Posted in Colorado, Feature, Federal Policy, New Mexico, News Desk, Southwest, Utah, Water, West

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

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

On the Block: Colorado’s 1,363-acre Slate Creek Ranch

Steamboat Springs’ Slate Creek Ranch to be offered in four tracts and combinations Hall and Hall Auctions will auction Slate Creek Ranch on July 25 at The Steamboat Grand Hotel. The 1,363-acre mountain property (1,118 acres deeded plus 245 acres

Posted in Agriculture, Auctions, Cattle, Colorado, Energy, Feature, Minerals, News Desk, Public Land, Water, West

SOLD! City of San Angelo Pays $44 Million for 34,841-acre Ford Ranch in Central Texas

Purchase reunites surface rights with valuable groundwater rights previously acquired by the municipality. The historic Ford Ranch, which predates Texas statehood, was acquired by the City of San Angelo in mid-June. The municipality, which already owns immensely valuable groundwater rights

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Posted in Feature, News Desk, Southwest, Texas, Water

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

2017 Land Report Texas 10

The Lone Star State’s 10 Largest Landowners You’ll not find any land flippers or speculators on the following pages. These landowners are in it for the long haul. Improvements are monitored for years, for decades, and for generations. Let us

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Posted in Agriculture, Cattle, Conservation, Energy, Equestrian, Farming, Feature, Hunting, News Desk, Recreation, Southwest, Texas, Timber, Water

2016 Land Report 100: Martin Family

No. 16 Martin Family 570,000 acres NEW TO LIST Descendants of Roy O. Martin Jr. continue to steer the family business, which currently operates in 32 parishes. Now in its 93rd year, RoyOMartin owns approximately 150,000 acres of natural bottomland

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Posted in Conservation, Feature, Hunting, Land Report 100, Louisiana, Minerals, South, Timber, Water

The Commish Takes Our Questions

Interview by Eric O’Keefe Original Photography by Gustav Schmiege III MUCH LIKE HIS NATIVE STATE, the 28th Commissioner of the General Land Office is an intriguing blend of tradition and innovation. He wears cowboy boots — and an iWatch. His

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Posted in Agriculture, Cattle, Conservation, Developers, Energy, Eric OKeefe, Feature, Gustav Schmiege, Interviews, News Desk, Public Land, Southwest, Taxes, Texas, Water
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