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Return of the Circles

BY LISA MARTIN | PHOTOGRAPHY BY EMMIE SPERANDEO Long before the advent of the written word, women gathered in circles to tackle tasks and build bonds. In the Old West, the concept of a “circle” conjures up images of pioneer

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Posted in California, Colorado, Lisa Martin, Montana, New Mexico, News Desk, Ranching, Rockies Special Section, Southwest, West

The Sweet Potato Whisperer

BY CARY ESTES To football fans, it’s known as “the trenches.” It’s the battlefield that runs the length of the line of scrimmage where jumbo-size athletes toil in obscurity, digging and sweating and struggling to control every precious inch. That’s

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Posted in Cary Estes, Farming, FrontGate, North Carolina, South, Spotlight

Hallowed Ground

BY CARY ESTES We are trailing Bear through a thick hardwood forest in Central Alabama. No, not Ursus americanus, the four-legged beast. Instead, we are following the same wooded trails once traveled by Paul “Bear” Bryant, the legendary University of

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Posted in Alabama, Cary Estes, Editor's Choice, Feature, Fishing, Hunting, Lands We Love, Recreation, South

Ted Turner Launches the Turner Institute of Ecoagriculture

By TODD WILKINSON During his storied career, Ted Turner has demonstrated an ability to look around corners and identify opportunities long before they become apparent to others. His prowess has been demonstrated with pioneering media platforms, professional sports teams, global philanthropy,

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Posted in Agriculture, BackGate, Bison, Buffalo, Conservation, Great Plains, Land Report 100, Nebraska, News Desk, Todd Wilkinson

Elk Creek Ranch Acquires Seven Lakes

By CORINNE GAFFNER GARCIA For those who are passionate about outdoor pursuits, the next great adventure can’t come soon enough. During board meetings, avid anglers daydream about tossing a line in crystal-clear waters, surrounded by pine trees and mountains that

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Posted in Angling, Colorado, Conservation, Corinne Garcia, Editor's Choice, Feature, Fishing, Hunting, News Desk, Recreation, Residential Property, West

2020 Deal of the Year

By Cary Estes • Photography courtesy of SVN Saunders Real Estate The Land Report’s 2020 Deal of the Year actually took five years to orchestrate. The result was well worth it, as the State of Florida took title to a

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Posted in Conservation, Deal of the Year, Editor's Choice, Feature, Florida, Public Land, South

2020 Timberland Deal of the Year

By Lisa Martin | Photography by Jay Brittain Last November, one of the largest conservation transactions in the history of Minnesota closed when PotlatchDeltic Corporation sold 72,440 acres of timberland to The Conservation Fund for $48 million. The Richard King

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Posted in Conservation, Deal of the Year, Editor's Choice, Feature, Great Lakes, Minnesota, Timber

2020 Farmland Deal of the Year

By Christina Holbrook | Photography courtesy of Ferrari-Carano Here’s to the 2020 acquisition of Ferrari-Carano Vineyards and Winery by Bill Foley. The estimated $250 million purchase doubled Foley Family Wines’ holdings in Sonoma County to nearly 2,400 acres and upped production

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Posted in California, Deal of the Year, Editor's Choice, Farming, Feature, Pacific

2020 Conservation Deal of the Year

By Lisa Martin | Photography by Cameron Davidson Fishers Peak lords over an unsullied playground rife with elk, mountain lion, and black bear. The distinctive 9,633-foot spur of Raton Mesa ranks as the highest point in the nation east of

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Posted in Colorado, Conservation, Deal of the Year, Editor's Choice, Feature, Public Land, Recreation, West

Salute to the Sixes

By Henry Chappell Photography by Wyman Meinzer Nothing reflects the culture of a ranch like its cattle roundups. The individual skill of each cowboy tells us only so much. Over-reliance on flashy horsemanship, however thrilling, suggests lack of teamwork or

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Posted in Agriculture, Cattle, Conservation, Energy, Henry Chappell, Ranching, Recreation, Southwest, Texas

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