States mull restrictions of foreign purchases of forest lands

Enviro & Legislation

Foreigners and foreign-based companies have owned agriculture and forestry land in the U.S. since before it was founded as a country, and in recent years that trend has been on the rise. As foreign ownership of U.S. farmlands increases, will more states consider restrictions on these land buys?Harrison Pittman, director of the National Agricultural Law…

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