In the early 1920s, Florida experienced a real estate boom. Prices were soaring. People were moving here in droves. Life was good. But it couldn’t last forever. With the Great Depression just [...]read more
At this year's Lay of the Land conference, a panel of experts spoke about the importance of water management in the State of Florida.read more
The Land Journal recently sat down with Dean Saunders to discuss conservation easements. Saunders outlined three reasons why the state buys conservation easements from landowners.
1. Avoidance of [...]read more
The Land Journal recently sat down with Scott M. Deitche, author of Cigar City Mafia, to talk about the history of organized crime in Tampa. For Part One of this series, click here.
Even as we endure a time of uncertainty in the midst of the current pandemic, it is good to keep in mind that transportation and public transit are incredibly important for the future economic [...]read more