The following news articles are provided by the Google News service and do not reflect the views or imply an endorsement by the Mississippi Land Conservation Assistance Network and its affiliates. We cannot guarantee the relevance of the content of this page or any links that may be followed from the articles herein.
1031 Exchanges News ItemsJefferson Title To Open New Branch In Trussville - Patch.com9/15/2017 12:27:32 PM
Patch.com Jefferson Title To Open New Branch In Trussville Patch.com Amye von Seebach comes to Jefferson Title from a large Tampa-based real estate law firm where she was tasked with opening and managing a combined Alabama/ Mississippi office. She is a licensed title agent and admitted to practice law in Alabama ... and more »
August USDA Report: A Headscratcher - AgWeb8/10/2017 4:37:58 PM
AgWeb August USDA Report: A Headscratcher AgWeb NASS forecasts record-high yields in Alabama, Louisiana, Michigan, Mississippi , New York, Pennsylvania, and South Carolina. Yet, farmers in South Dakota, Iowa, Minnesota, and Illinois are forecast to have yields below a year ago. For soybeans, USDA ... and more »
There Aren't Enough Slaughterhouses to Support the Farm-to-Table Economy - AgWeb5/23/2017 12:22:34 PM
AgWeb There Aren't Enough Slaughterhouses to Support the Farm-to-Table Economy AgWeb ... Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi , Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Northern Mariana Islands, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Puerto Rico, Rhode ... and more »
US Corn Fields Turn Into Lakes as Spring Deluge Floods Midwest - AgWeb5/22/2017 2:38:30 PM
AgWeb US Corn Fields Turn Into Lakes as Spring Deluge Floods Midwest AgWeb Flood advisories have been posted along the Mississippi River and other waterways, many of which are still high after earlier downpours. Two more storms are forecast for this week, keeping corn and soybean planters idled and increasing quality losses ... and more »
Arkansas Rice Farmers Test Water-Saving Technique - AgWeb4/26/2017 10:49:15 AM
AgWeb Arkansas Rice Farmers Test Water-Saving Technique AgWeb Generations of Arkansas rice growers who farmed the flood plains near the Mississippi River had little reason to pay attention to water supplies or their impact on a changing climate. Dan Hooks is different. Defying the common practice of constantly ... and more »
Deadly Weekend Tornadoes Rip Through Southeast - AgWeb1/22/2017 6:30:16 PM
AgWeb Deadly Weekend Tornadoes Rip Through Southeast AgWeb A total of 35 tornadoes have been reported during the past 48 hours, according to the University of Michigan Climate and Space Sciences and Engineering resource, www.tornadopaths.org – including in Louisiana, Mississippi , Alabama and Georgia. and more »
Is Switchgrass the Answer? - AgWeb1/6/2017 3:29:10 PM
Is Switchgrass the Answer? AgWeb ... Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi , Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Northern Mariana Islands, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Puerto ...
Duck Dynasty May Have Triggered a Weed Dynasty - AgWeb11/20/2016 9:56:21 AM
AgWeb Duck Dynasty May Have Triggered a Weed Dynasty AgWeb Prior to 2008, Palmer presence in Missouri was confined to the Bootheel region but began to march up the Mississippi River along bottom lands, presumably transported during flooding. Just eight years later in 2016, Palmer is confirmed in 31 counties.
Conservation Easements News ItemsMolpus Woodlands Group Announces Offering of 45,850 Acres of ... - Business Wire (press release)7/24/2017 10:45:31 AM
Molpus Woodlands Group Announces Offering of 45,850 Acres of ... Business Wire (press release) Shot of the North Carolina property, one of four within the Project Magnolia offering, which also includes properties in Georgia, Alabama and Mississippi. (Photo: ... and more »
How to Protect the Environment Where It's Worked by Human Hands - The Nation.6/19/2017 1:13:38 PM
The Nation. How to Protect the Environment Where It's Worked by Human Hands The Nation. Though John Muir, the eccentric wanderer and father of the conservation movement, trekked along the Mississippi Valley in his youth, he was ultimately more focused on protecting unpopulated Western wilderness than in places that were plowed, fished ...
Cat Island set to grow, but prospects dim for Biloxi amusement park - The Sun Herald2/23/2017 7:59:23 PM
The Sun Herald Cat Island set to grow, but prospects dim for Biloxi amusement park The Sun Herald The project will take the land back to where it was in about 1990 and strict conservation easements will make sure it is preserved and not developed. ... Instead the cost was paid by the federal Mississippi Coastal Improvements Program. About $43 ...
Study: Past St. Cloud, pollution taints Mississippi - St. Cloud Times - St. Cloud Times1/25/2017 4:37:11 PM
St. Cloud Times Study: Past St. Cloud, pollution taints Mississippi - St. Cloud Times St. Cloud Times The Upper Mississippi River is in good condition until it flows past St. Cloud, where polluted runoff from farms and cities flows in and threatens its health. and more »
How the upper Mississippi goes from pristine to polluted - Star Tribune - Minneapolis Star Tribune1/24/2017 8:09:51 PM
Minneapolis Star Tribune How the upper Mississippi goes from pristine to polluted - Star Tribune Minneapolis Star Tribune New MPCA report is the state's first comprehensive look at the entire upper Mississippi. Study: The Mississippi is pretty healthy, until it gets south of St ... Minnesota Public Radio News all 3 news articles »
'Rancher, Farmer, Fisherman': Film Review | Sundance 2017 - Hollywood Reporter1/20/2017 11:54:29 PM
Hollywood Reporter 'Rancher, Farmer, Fisherman': Film Review | Sundance 2017 Hollywood Reporter Magnificent aerial shots of breathtaking landscapes from the mighty Mississippi River to the Great Plains and the Rocky Mountains open Rancher, Farmer, Fisherman, an enlightening film for Discovery Channel based on Miriam Horn's best-selling book of ...
USDA Announces $49 Million Public-Private Investment to Improve Critical Wetlands in 12 States - USDA.gov (press release)7/7/2016 11:40:28 AM
USDA Announces $49 Million Public-Private Investment to Improve Critical Wetlands in 12 States USDA.gov (press release) Louisiana: Over the next three years, partners will enroll up to 2,100 acres of new conservation easements in seven Mississippi River Basin Initiative watersheds. Benefits to the region include increasing habitat for fish and wildlife, improving water ... and more »
Succession Planning News ItemsCommunity college presidency opening attracts 47 applications - Education Dive9/19/2017 10:15:24 AM
Community college presidency opening attracts 47 applications Education Dive At some institutions in Georgia, Florida, North and South Carolina, and Mississippi , new leaders were appointed by boards without going through the full search process, which caused quite a stir at the institutions, but which leaders defended as ...
Nashville District recognized for employee viewpoints in 2016 survey - DVIDS (press release)9/11/2017 3:32:02 PM
DVIDS (press release) Nashville District recognized for employee viewpoints in 2016 survey DVIDS (press release) The Memphis District in the Mississippi Valley Division and Detroit District in the Great Lakes and Ohio River Division were also recognized in the medium category. ... Some best practices from the top-performing organizations include recurring senior ...
Top backers renew support for union at Nissan in Mississippi - WTOP8/1/2017 7:33:17 PM
WTOP Top backers renew support for union at Nissan in Mississippi WTOP As agencies prep for reorg, OPM to sharpen its succession planning tools · SBA mobilizes 'surge staff' at call center, Houston area to help Harvey recovery · TSP falls flat in August, Hurricane Harvey brings relaxation of rules · The White House's new ... and more »
Cloud accounting software not expected to replace CPAs - Mississippi Business Journal6/15/2017 10:16:59 AM
Mississippi Business Journal Cloud accounting software not expected to replace CPAs Mississippi Business Journal But Dr. Shawn Mauldin, CPA, director of the Mississippi State University Adkerson School of Accountancy, said he doesn't foresee cloud accounting leading to a decline in the job market for CPAs and accountants in tax and other areas. “Tax preparation ...
Cotton Equipment Showing Strong Prices as Acres Surge in Mississippi - AgWeb3/28/2017 3:30:18 PM
AgWeb Cotton Equipment Showing Strong Prices as Acres Surge in Mississippi AgWeb Green Mississippi fields will be a blanket of white this fall as area farmers are eyeing cotton as a more profitable crop to plant this year. “Out of the 8,500 acres we farm, I'm going to farm about 5,000 acres of cotton, and the other half, what's ...
Cotton is King Again in Mississippi - AgWeb3/22/2017 2:11:15 PM
AgWeb Cotton is King Again in Mississippi AgWeb The USDA's Prospective Planting report will give the industry a starting point on acreage for the spring planting season, and cotton is looking to win back farmers in 2017. Early estimates are predicting up to 1 million acres. For Mississippi farmers ...
Succession planning and the executive search: A 'both-and' proposition - Education Dive3/16/2017 10:58:53 AM
Succession planning and the executive search: A 'both-and' proposition Education Dive Institutions in Georgia, Florida, North and South Carolina, and Mississippi have all garnered attention recently for having new leaders appointed by boards or governors without going through the full search process. And while this process has been met ...
Tax Credits and Deductions News ItemsWe're Fighting A Wave Of Private School Voucher Bills Across The Country - Americans United (blog)1/25/2017 10:02:31 AM
Americans United (blog) We're Fighting A Wave Of Private School Voucher Bills Across The Country Americans United (blog) 12 states have already introduced ESA legislation: Arkansas, California, Indiana, Iowa, Mississippi , Missouri, Nebraska, New Jersey, North Dakota, Oklahoma, Oregon, and Virginia. And in Nevada, where the state supreme court recently struck down its ESA ... and more »
Montana's geothermal credit mainly benefits the rich - The Bozeman Daily Chronicle2/7/2016 7:06:27 AM
The Bozeman Daily Chronicle Montana's geothermal credit mainly benefits the rich The Bozeman Daily Chronicle In most states — including Connecticut, Florida, Indiana, Maryland, Mississippi and Rhode Island — all incentives are reviewed at least once every three to five years, according to a 2015 report by the Pew Charitable Trust. And between 2012 and 2014 ... and more »