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Land Report December 2015 Newsletter

There are several fascinating reads in our final newsletter of 2015. But no one is urging you to read them right away. As the year winds down, all of us at The Land Report hope that we set aside our disappointments and focus on the

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Posted in Agriculture, California, Cattle, Farming, Illinois, News Desk, Newsletter, Oklahoma, Recreation, Texas, West

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

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

Farm Bill Goes to Conference Committee

For the better part of the last year, American agriculture has been operating around a Congressional impasse. Last year, the 2008 Farm Bill expired on September 30. Although the Senate passed a new bill, similar legislation ultimately died in the

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

Land Report April 2013 Newsletter

It’s amazing – the yarns that can be shared about certain tracts of real property. Our April Newsletter takes a closer at several standout stories, including one that I am quite confident is destined to end up before the Supreme Court

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Posted in Agriculture, Federal Policy, Georgia, Newsletter, Oregon, Pacific, Public Land, South, Southwest, Tennessee, Texas, Timber, Water

Interview: Heath Shuler

The Land Report, Summer 2009 Growing up in the 1970s, Heath Shuler saw quail hunting disappear from the mountains of his native North Carolina. “It occurred to me early on that if I wanted to hunt quail, I might have

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Posted in 2009 Summer, Henry Chappell, Interviews

Animal ID System Faces Stiff Opposition

BY JOSEPH GUINTO PUBLISHED OCTOBER 2007 A program the U.S. Department of Agriculture calls “one of the largest systematic changes ever faced by the livestock industry” may be in trouble. The National Animal Identification System, which has been praised by some

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Posted in Cattle, Farming, Feature, Federal Policy, Joseph Guinto, Magazine, News Desk, October 2007, Topics

Controversial Sale in North Dakota Badlands

BY JOSEPH GUINTO PUBLISHED OCTOBER 2007 More than 5,000 acres of federal land in North Dakota’s Badlands could go up for sale. That’s up to Congress. The property is supposed to be offered as a unique offset to a purchase

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Posted in Cattle, Conservation, Feature, Federal Policy, Great Plains, Joseph Guinto, Magazine, News Desk, October 2007, Public Land, Recreation, Regional News, Topics

How Safe Are the Nation’s Wildlife Refuges?

BY JOSEPH GUINTO PUBLISHED JULY 2007 The White House accelerated funding for its Healthy Lands Initiative this year, allocating some $3 million to the Bureau of Land Management. The money must be spent on restoring or maintaining natural habitats on

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Posted in Conservation, Federal Policy, Joseph Guinto, June 2007, Magazine, News Desk, Public Land, Recreation, Topics

Open Fields Legislation Offers Payments to Landowners

Remember that little place in the woods where you used to get off spectacular hip shots while hunting birds on the wing? Well, there’s a strip mall there now. That’s an increasingly common issue for hunters, whose once-prized spots are

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Posted in Feature, Hunting, Joseph Guinto, July 2007, Magazine, News Desk, Recreation, Topics
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