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OKLAHOMA CITY — The Oklahoma Cattlemen's Association, Noble Research Institute, the Oklahoma Farming and Ranching Foundation, and ITC Holdings Corp., in partnership with the Sand County Foundation,...
In Texas, most rural land is evaluated for tax purposes as agricultural. The agricultural evaluation (1-d-1 open-space) is commonly referred to as an agricultural tax exemption. This is not a true...
Many youth miss out on opportunities to hunt because they don't have access to property.
Grazing management and wildlife management largely address plant community management with considerations involving interconnected, dynamic systems.
Landowners making repairs and rebuilding will incur cost. How will these be reported on the 2015 tax return?
Wetlands are an important, yet often overlooked, resource as they provide several ecosystem service and provide habitat for several wildlife species.
Erosion typically starts small and increases over time. Here are some strategies using natural materials to reduce actively eroding gullies.
The Noble Research Institute hosted 16 youth and their guardians for the first annual youth doe hunt. The event was sponsored by Noble Academy, Walnut Bayou Deer Management Association and Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation.
With the increased publicity regarding controlled burning and wildlife management associations, some people have expressed interest in forming an association but do not quite know where or how to begin.
Currently, 17 associations exist in Oklahoma for prescribed burning, and more will be formed with assistance from the Oklahoma Prescribed Burn Association.