Wide open range land. Narrow profit margins. Big sky. High taxes. Tall southern pines. Growing debt.
These are the reasons that the Private Landowner Network - PLN - does what it does. PLN treasures the beauty of a working landscape and respects the working landowner as much as any kind of open space or stewardship.
Visit the website at http://www.privatelandownernetwork.org
PLN brings together, in one easy-to-use internet destination, all of the information that private landowners could need to keep their land in the family or to keep their family on the land. PLN also provides technical information for resource professionals, whether legal, stewardship or conservation oriented. The weekly PLN blog, Keep Working Lands Working, includes thoughts and conversations from some of the nation's leading conservation and land management professionals.
Visit the blog at http://www.privatelandownernetwork.org/plnBlog/
PLN is neutral, non-advocacy, and free. There is no requirement for membership or login. PLN provides access to some of the best minds in the business of land management. The website seeks to bring utility and clarity to the many farmers, foresters, ranchers, and others across the U.S. who control the destiny of 70% of the nation's lands and waters.