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Here’s Why Investing in Land Is a Good Idea

Here’s Why Investing in Land Is a Good Idea

Vacant land is often an overlooked investment in real estate. When the right conditions are combined with research and experience, land could be the perfect investment.

Leave It like You Found It: Sustainable Forestry

Leave It like You Found It: Sustainable Forestry

The solution to deforestation is to find balance between society’s increasing demand for forestry products and preservation of forest health through sustainable forestry.

5 Ways to Increase the Value of Your Land

5 Ways to Increase the Value of Your Land

Making these improvements on your land will not only raise the value, but make it more enjoyable and offer greater capability for you or a potential buyer.

Price Per Acre Valuation for Your Land Purchase

Price Per Acre Valuation for Your Land Purchase

The price of an acre of land is volatile based on several variables. While valuing land is not an exact science, armed with some critical facts, it can be a great investment.

Are Your Actions Reducing or Contributing to Water Pollution?

Are Your Actions Reducing or Contributing to Water Pollution?

Water has a major effect on the environment, landscape, and survival for plants, animals, and humans. Since water is vital for life, it’s important that we take actions to preserve it.

These 20 Entities Own the Most U.S. Land in 2018

These 20 Entities Own the Most U.S. Land in 2018

From massive timberland operations and religious bodies to colossal ranches and cattle barons, these 20 entities remind us why land was the original American dream.

The 20 Largest U.S. Landowners in 2017

The 20 Largest U.S. Landowners in 2017

From private bison herds and massive timberland forests to iconic ranches and the largest private, contiguous tract in the U.S., these landowners’ portfolios are extraordinary.

The 20 Largest U.S. Landowners in 2016

The 20 Largest U.S. Landowners in 2016

Land remains a popular investment and wealthy people continue to snatch it up. A large portion of the U.S. is owned by a few people, and there’s a chance you’ve never heard of them.

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