drought

Let’s Make A Deal

Over the last two decades, water levels in the nation’s largest man-made reservoir, Lake Mead, have fallen to the point that it is at 39 percent of capacity. A similar plight faces the nation’s second largest reservoir, Lake Powell. Drought

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Posted in Agriculture, Arizona, California, Feature, Federal Policy, Nevada, New Mexico, News Desk, Pacific, Southwest, Water, West

Colorado River Waters to be Rationed?

To help the drought-stricken Colorado River basin, federal authorities plan to reduce water flow into Lake Mead, the nation’s largest reservoir, from Lake Powell 180 miles upstream. That means some tough decisions will be made concerning the millions who rely

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Posted in Colorado, Feature, News Desk, Water, West

Farmland Values Feel the Heat in the Midwest

Several surprising storylines emerge from the Seventh Federal Reserve District, home of bumper crops and bellwether land values. – The Editors NATIONAL – TREND In addition to a downturn in corn and soybean prices — corn fell 12 percent and

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Posted in Feature, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Michigan, Midwest, News Desk, Wisconsin

Land Report June 2013 Newsletter

Summertime is upon us. Time to get out and scout the land! From coast to coast, a lot of properties are at their best this time of year, and, as you’ll see in our June Newsletter, there are plenty of

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Posted in Agriculture, Auctions, Cattle, Farming, Federal Policy, Newsletter, Pacific, South, 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

Southwestern States Enduring Extreme Drought

More than three-quarters of the Lone Star State is enduring extreme or exceptional drought conditions. Parts of the Oklahoma panhandle have gone without rain for over eight months. Some 9,000 wildfires have ravaged 2+ million acres of Texas terrain, including

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Posted in Cattle, Farming, Feature, Federal Policy, News Desk, Southwest, Water

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