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How to Prepare Your Farm for Hunting

If you’re an owner of hunting land and are tired of only hearing crickets when you hunt, it’s time for a change. Step up to the plate and make your land one of a kind. Make it a wilderness of wonder, a glowing spectacle for all game to take refuge; make it the Disney Land for all wildlife.
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"The River Restored"

CFI Global Fisheries Enhancement CEO Shannon Skelton is thrilled to unveil a nine minute short film documenting his company, a worldwide leader in the development and management of premier fly fishing waters. The film, entitled "The River Restored", profiles the 38-year-old Skelton and CFI Global's unique approach to providing innovative environmental solutions for stream restoration and fishery enhancement.
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Walk On The Wild Side

A Wildlife Exemption may be just the thing for you if you are interested in tax savings while decreasing cost and liability and increasing the beauty and value of your land...
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Golf Course Reclamation

All across the nation, golf courses are shutting down due to lack of demand.  During the late 90s and early 2000s, developers across the country raced to construct as many golf course communities as they could even as the number of golfers leveled out. With a larger supply of courses but a stagnating demand, many golf operations found themselves without a customer base.  As a result, for the first time in over 60 years, more golf courses shut down than were opened during the five-year period between 2005 and 2010.  In 2010 alone, 46 courses opened compared to 107 that closed. 

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Timberland Meets Recreation

The benefits of woodland management are no secret.  Timber harvesting has long provided a means for landowners to sustainably manage their land while also serving as a reliable source of income.  When performed in a responsible manner, timber harvesting has proven to be an economically viable tool for preserving rural lands.  However, even with a stand of fast-growing trees like poplars and pines, a landowner will likely see income only ever 15 years.  By adding additionally program and field sport elements, an owner can take full advantage of the economic potential of his or her land...

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