Snapshots of land specialists’ lives
From the pages of the Winter 2019 issue of LAND magazine, here's our selection of intriguing properties featured on the Land.com Network.
If you live in the American Midwest or Southwest, you are surely no stranger to the difficulties of trying to maintain a luscious, verdant garden. It can be incredibly hot and dry, making it tough to cultivate many strands of ornamental plants.
Rural landowners know that fence issues can create extremely strained relationships among neighbors. Here's a guide to staying on the right side of the law.
August 21 will bring the remarkable sight of a complete solar eclipse traversing the United States from Oregon to South Carolina. Here's where to watch.
Microsoft has announced a new five-year program that seeks to bridge the digital divide by connecting more rural communities with high-speed internet access.
The hunting experts from Pheasants Forever, Quail Forever and HuntingLife.com weigh in on what makes a successful, and enjoyable, pheasant hunt.
Any cattle feeder, or successful investor for that matter, can attest that the biggest rewards often come when you are willing to assume a bit of risk.
According to the American Wind Energy Association, over a quarter of in-state energy in Kansas is produced through wind power. This 152-acre multi-use parcel in Coffey County, Kansas, presents an opportunity to add to the existing count of almost 2,200 turbines in the state.
Tornado safety is a matter of preparation and education. Here are some tips to help you plan for a tornado strike in your area.