Do you know what a conservation easement is?
When land is purchased, the landowner is entitled to a number of rights pertaining to the land including the right to develop and the use of the [...]read more
When purchasing a new property, there are certain signs that might be a cause for environmental concern. Recently, The Land Journal sat down with A-C-T to discuss what landowners should be on the [...]read more
When purchasing property, it is essential to take into account what environmental considerations need to be made in order to meet governmental and ethical standards. Some properties that may not [...]read more
Every year, many landowners are faced with a legal predicament known as eminent domain. Eminent domain is a tool used by government agencies to acquire land that is not for sale. If a government [...]read more
Scrub Jays are a federally protected species that occupy higher elevation soils across the state of Florida. Scrub Jays live in families and are territorial. It is important to know how to respond [...]read more
Most Americans would likely say that the most iconic American animal is the Bald Eagle. Here in Florida, we have the pleasure of sharing our land with these majestic creatures. But how should [...]read more
If burrows are found on your property, your property might be occupied by Burrowing Owls. Burrowing Owls (athene cunicularia) are small owls that make burrows in the ground similar to the Gopher [...]read more