Farmland, News Desk, Sporting Properties, Timberland
Record-Setting Conservation Easements to Protect 67,347 Acres
The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources will pay Lyme Timber Company $17.3 million in two separate transactions to extinguish development rights on more than 100 square miles of forestland in the northwest corner of the state. According to published reports, the property straddles the Great Lakes and Mississippi River watersheds and will be known as the Brule-St. Croix Legacy Forest. Lyme Timber will retain title and continue to manage its timber production.
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Cumberland Plateau NFWF Announced $1.3 Million In Grants
States in which grants will be used include Alabama, Georgia, Kentucky and Tennessee. The National …
For Sale: Colorado’s Mad Dog Ranch
Joe Cocker lists Colorado ranch for $7 million. The rock legend’s Mad Dog Ranch sits …
Controversial Sale in North Dakota Badlands
By Joseph Guinto More than 5,000 acres of federal land in North Dakota’s Badlands could …
Elk Creek Ranch Acquires Seven Lakes
For those who are passionate about outdoor pursuits, the next great adventure can’t come soon enough.