landowner


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a holder or proprietor of land

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As the level of education increased, so did the likelihood that the NIPF landowner was willing to harvest.
The compensation paid to the landowner for a solar lease varies greatly.
com) responds to the growing trend of unsatisfied landowners throughout the Southeast.
The Country Land and Business Association said fly-tipping in rural areas increases over any holiday period, especially Christmas when households generate more waste than usual and the days are shorter and darker - and they want a new scheme introduced so landowners can take the rubbish to local tips free of charge.
Face-to-face contact with the landowner accomplishes several things.
So if a landowner does things to improve the habitat for the prairie dog, it simultaneously helps improve the grazing conditions for their livestock.
LANDOWNERS are being urged to carry out some immediate checks ahead of changes in legislation.
Four recent studies show that the incentives created by the ESA cause systematic changes in private landowner behavior to the detriment of habitat conservation efforts.
If the signs are torn down or defaced the landowner must write to the Highway Authority and tell them that the pathways have not been dedicated to the public.
The absentee landowner project also includes implementation of eight separate pilot projects nationwide.
The Service explained how private landowners could take advantage of programs providing funding for conservation, including the Partners for Fish and Wildlife grants and the various grant programs, such as the Private Stewardship Grants Program, Landowner Incentive Program, Recovery Land Acquisition Program, Habitat Conservation Plan (HCP) Land Acquisition, and HCP Planning Assistance Programs.
Idaho's Fish and Game Commission is weighing a controversial plan to allow private landowners to sell some of the state's big game permits and keep most of the money they collect.
This three-hour course concentrates on landowner relations, ethics, safety, and professionalism, and instructors stress the importance of landowner trust and cooperation.
As Ramon Carcano, a landowner from the last quarter of the nineteenth century, put it: "At the bottom of every Argentine heart there is an estanciero" (pp.