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Zinke Nixes Proposed Interior Department Land Sale

The potential sale of more than 1,600 acres of federal land located within the previous boundaries of Utah’s Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument was announced in mid-August and then quickly canceled. “The secretary did not see the proposal before it went

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

Land Report August 2018 Newsletter

US farmland takes top billing in our August newsletter as the Department of Agriculture reports in its annual survey that farmland values, including land and structures, moved up for the ninth year in a row and for the thirteenth year

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Posted in Newsletter

Land Report April 2017 Newsletter

President Trump has directed the Department of the Interior to review all national monuments designated over the past two decades that exceed 100,000 acres. This includes monuments established by Presidents Clinton, Bush, and Obama. Other updates in this month’s newsletter include: Hawaii’s

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Posted in Agriculture, Auctions, Cattle, Conservation, Farming, Federal Policy, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Newsletter, Pacific, Public Land, South, South Carolina, Southwest, Texas

Land Report February 2017 Newsletter

STOP THE PRESSES! CONGRESS CONSIDERS ELIMINATING 1031 EXCHANGES! 1031s are an essential tax-deferral mechanism for landowners coast to coast. Grover Norquist tells The Land Report that tax reform by Congress is a certainty. Norquist adds that 1031s are under consideration for

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Posted in Agriculture, Conservation, Federal Policy, Georgia, Golf, Midwest, Newsletter, Oklahoma, Recreation, Residential Property, South, Southwest, Taxes, Texas, Water

Land Report January 2016 Newsletter

Ten million acres of forest fires? That’s how much land, public and private, went up in smoke in 2015. You’ll learn more about this startling statistic in our January newsletter, and get updates on: A 23,000-acre auction in Eastern New Mexico A

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Posted in Agriculture, Auctions, Bankruptcy, California, Cattle, Farming, Nebraska, New Mexico, News Desk, Newsletter, Public Land, Recreation, Residential Property, Water

Land Report January 2015 Newsletter

Take a peek at our January newsletter to learn the following: Which invasive species threatens the Great Lakes. Which Colorado ranch just sold at a 65-percent discount. Which Land Commissioner has put the kibosh on a $2 billion project. What conservation plans

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Posted in Alaska, Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico, News Desk, Newsletter

BLM Advisory Board to Review Wild-Horse Policy

Federal regulators want to hear from all stakeholders and interested parties with regard to our nation’s wild horses. Per the Dept. of the Interior, it is the responsibility of the Bureau of Land Management to establish policies pertaining to wild

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Posted in Feature, Federal Policy, News Desk, Southwest, West

Land Report August 2013 Newsletter

One of the focal points of our August Newsletter is the continued interest in land as a productive asset, especially given the solid returns investors have been realizing. So many drivers are powering this upswing: lackluster yields in the bond

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Posted in Agriculture, Alaska, Auctions, Cattle, Conservation, Farming, Federal Policy, Iowa, Midwest, Newsletter, Pacific, Public Land, Recreation, Utah, West

Ask the Expert: Chip Lenihan

2011 Market Update: Chip Lenihan has been fly-fishing Colorado’s best waters for 40 years. His side gig? Running the Telluride office of Fay Ranches as lead broker. The Land Report turned to this former mayor of Telluride for an update on today’s

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Posted in 2011 Summer, Eric OKeefe, Feature, Public Land, Recreation, Residential Property, Water, West

Madeleine Pickens Presents Eco-Sanctuary Plan to BLM

Madeleine Pickens is no ordinary horsewoman. A lifelong equestrian, she has led numerous champions into the winner’s circle, including the Hall of Fame Thoroughbred Cigar, winner of 16 consecutive races. Now she is championing a new cause: America’s wild horses. “Wild horses

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Posted in Conservation, Equestrian, Feature, Federal Policy, News Desk, Public Land, Regional News, West
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