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Land’s Best Friend: Time to Up the Ante

Take your puppy to the next level with these simple steps. – Henry Chappell If you have followed my advice on starting your puppy off by working on the basics, your pup sits on command and stays for half a

Posted in Dogs, Feature, Great Lakes, Great Plains, Henry Chappell, Midwest, Northeast, Pacific, South, Southwest, West

The Wall Street Journal: Deal of The Year

A sprawling cattle ranch in oil-rich West Texas is likely to be under contract by the end of the year in what could be one of the biggest such sales in recent history. Read more ”º

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U.S. Forest Service Finalizes Colorado Land Exchange

Mid-September saw the approval of a land exchange intended to safeguard public access to Wilson Peak in the San Miguel Range. Forest Supervisor Scott Armentrout’s decision sets the stage for the Forest Service’s acquisition of 680 acres owned by Skyline

Posted in Colorado, Conservation, Feature, News Desk, Public Land, Recreation, West

2015 Land Report 100

It’s HERE! The Winter issue of the Magazine of the American Landowner featuring the 2015 Land Report 100. Find out which landowning family added more than 500 square miles to their holdings. See where Jeff Bezos moved his Blue Origin,

Posted in Back Issues, News Desk

Land Report October 2015 Newsletter

It’s HERE! The Winter issue of the Magazine of the American Landowner featuring the 2015 Land Report 100 presented by Fay Ranches headlines our October newsletter. Other great reads include: The Land Report 2015 Gear Guide The 2015 Wellington Land Report The

Posted in Agriculture, Land Report 100, News Desk, Newsletter, Public Land, Timber, Water

Wild Man: Wyman Meinzer

Wyman Meinzer is the ultimate outdoorsman, a throwback to a day and age when hardy Americans not only knew how to live off the land but earned their daily bread doing so. I could write a book about Wyman Meinzer.

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Posted in Conservation, Feature, Henry Chappell, Hunting, News Desk, Recreation, Southwest, Texas

U.S. Interior, Justice Departments to Settle with Tribes

The United States Department of the Interior along with the Department of Justice have agreed to a proposed $940 million settlement to resolve a quarter-century-old legal dispute with Native American tribes. At issue: costs for programs the federal government mandated

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Land Report Featured Property: Wildflower Woods in Tennessee

The most amazing aspect to this one-of-a-kind recreational tract is its proximity to a major metropolitan area. Wildflower Woods is located just 27 miles from downtown Nashville and all that Music City has to offer. It is even more convenient

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Posted in Feature, Hunting, News Desk, Recreation, Residential Property, South, Tennessee, Water

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Opts Not to List Greater Sage-Grouse

Landowners’ voluntary efforts play crucial role. In mid-September, the Obama administration announced its decision not to designate the greater sage-grouse as an endangered species, heralding the government’s intention to keep a cooperative land-management plan in place. Proponents say an endangered-species

Posted in Colorado, Conservation, Feature, Federal Policy, Montana, Nevada, News Desk, West, Wyoming

Kelo Postmortem

A decade has passed since the Rehnquist Court’s “intellectually unsound” decision in Kelo v. City of New London. On June 23, 2005, a team of attorneys for the Institute for Justice (IJ), a nonprofit libertarian public interest law firm, was

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Posted in Connecticut, Corinne Garcia, Developers, Feature, Federal Policy, News Desk, Northeast, Public Land, Residential Property

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