How To Deal With Bald Eagles On Your Property [VIDEO]

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 [...]

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How To Deal With Burrowing Owls On Your Property [VIDEO]

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 [...]

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A Guide to Opportunity Zones [VIDEO]

With the passage of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017, President Trump’s administration began a policy that will have an incredible impact on the real estate industry for years to come. Though [...]

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Florida Ag Commissioner Establishes Hemp Advisory Committee

Florida’s lawmakers and agricultural leaders are underway in establishing a hemp industry . The most recent step taken by Florida’s Agriculture Commissioner Nikki Fried was the announcement of the [...]

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The Importance of Broadband Expansion in Rural Florida

What is "Broadband"?

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How To Deal With Indigo Snakes On Your Property [VIDEO]

The indigo snake (Drymarchon couperi) is the longest snake that is native to the US and can be up to seven feet long. The indigo snake can be found throughout the state of Florida. The indigo [...]

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How Opportunity Zones Impact Agricultural Land

In April 2019, the United States Treasury Department released the long-awaited second round of proposed regulations related to the “Opportunity Zone” initiative which was enacted as part of the [...]

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Florida Vegetable Garden Legislation Update

The relationship between the federal and local governments is complex and has caused much debate from the days of the founding fathers to the present day. The cornerstone of all American [...]

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"Should I Buy A Property With Wetlands?": 5 Things To Know

 

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How to Deal With Sandhill Cranes on Your Property [VIDEO]

Sandhill Cranes can often be spotted roaming around a golf course or local park. They are classified as a protected species by the state of Florida and rely on wetlands in order to build their [...]

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