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SOLD! The Envy of New England

The Conservation Fund acquires CHADBOURNE TREE FARMS from a pioneering New England family. BY CARY ESTES PHOTOGRAPHY BY JERRY MONKMAN A premier swath of high-quality timberland in Western Maine that has been utilized as a working forest since the late

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Posted in Auctions, Cary Estes, Conservation, Feature, Maine, Northeast, Timber

Land Report Top Ten: Summer 2020

Our new No. 6, WHITNEY PARK, showcases the timeless allure of New York’s breathtaking Adirondack Park. — The Editors 01. BREWSTER RANCHES | $319.2 MILLION This massive assemblage of 420,000 acres in the Big Bend country of Far West Texas

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Posted in Agriculture, California, Colorado, Conservation, Equestrian, Farming, Feature, Florida, Hunting, New York, Northeast, Oregon, Pacific, Recreation, Residential Property, South, Southwest, Texas, Utah, West

FOR SALE: Adirondack Landmark Whitney Park Listed for $180 Million

William C. Whitney established the 36,000-acre Adirondack landmark in 1897. He paid $1.50 an acre for approximately 80,000 acres in and around the New York township of Long Lake. Socialite, philanthropist, and renowned Thoroughbred breeder Marylou Whitney inherited the estate

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Posted in Conservation, Estates, Feature, New York, News Desk, Northeast, Recreation, Timber

The Conservation Fund Acquires Chadbourne Tree Farms

In purchasing the 15,408 acres in Western Maine, the nonprofit intends to protect the historic forestland from both development and fragmentation while also honoring the land’s history. The prized timberland dates to 1634 when England’s King Charles I sent William

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Posted in Conservation, Feature, Maine, News Desk, Northeast, Timber

Land Report August 2020 Newsletter

Highlights from our August newsletter include: The sale of a Texas hunting mecca, the $13.2 million Caloosa Ranch in Stonewall County. The listing of an Adirondack landmark, New York’s $180 million Whitney Park. A historic holding, Virginia’s 1,115-acre Woodside Farms, goes

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Land Report July 2020 Newsletter

Highlights from our July newsletter include: Australia’s Forrest family acquires two cattle stations totaling more than 500,000 acres. The Conservation Fund acquires 15,408-acre Chadbourne Tree Farms in Maine. Burger King Prevails in court, wins dismissal of vegan lawsuit. For up-to-the-minute reports on

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Posted in Agriculture, Alabama, Auctions, Cattle, Conservation, Federal Policy, Florida, Georgia, International, Kentucky, Maine, News Desk, Newsletter, Northeast, South, Tennessee

Loss of Digester at the Androscoggin Mill Impacts Timber Industry

An explosion inside a digester – where wood chips, water, and chemicals are mixed to make paper – tore apart a Pixelle Specialty Solutions’ mill in Jay, Maine. Until the April 15 blast, the mill processed some 1.5 million tons

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Posted in Feature, Maine, News Desk, Northeast, Timber

Pingree Heirs: 2019 Land Report 100 Sponsored by Hayden Outdoors Real Estate

Pingree Heirs | No. 11 830,000 ACRES Known as the Merchant Prince of Salem, David Pingree (1795–1863) purchased his first tract of Maine timberland in 1841. Although he eventually established landholdings in Kentucky, Ohio, New Hampshire, Texas, and Wisconsin, his

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Posted in Feature, Land Report 100, Maine, Northeast, Timber

Peter Buck: 2019 Land Report 100 Sponsored by Hayden Outdoors Real Estate

Peter Buck | No. 7 1,236,000 ACRES (up 311,000 acres) Privately held Subway, which was founded by Peter Buck and Fred DeLuca in the 1960s, is the largest single-brand restaurant chain on earth with more than 41,000 locations in 100-plus

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Posted in Feature, Land Report 100, Maine, Northeast, Timber

Irving Family: 2019 Land Report 100 Sponsored by Hayden Outdoors Real Estate

Irving Family | No. 6 1,247,880 ACRES Kenneth Colin “K.C.” Irving (1899–1992) ranks as Canada’s equivalent of Standard Oil founder John D. Rockefeller. In the early 20th century, Irving gained a foothold in the oil patch that eventually evolved into

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Posted in Energy, Feature, Georgia, International, Land Report 100, Maine, Minerals, Northeast, South, Timber

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