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Coyote Catalog available for hunters, landowners

December 18, 2014 in Uncategorized

The Coyote Catalog, a statewide effort connecting coyote hunters and trappers with landowners who want fewer coyotes in their areas, has been reopened by the North Dakota Department of Agriculture and the North Dakota Game and Fish Department.
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Lawmakers say 3 bills address landowner problems

April 8, 2013 in The Dickinson Press

BISMARCK Landowners and mineral producers should be able to settle their disputes easier with three bills Republican lawmakers say will create a benchmark for other states to look to when it comes to oil and gas development. Continue Reading

SD landowners support Keystone pipeline or are resigned to it

January 18, 2013 in The Daily Republic

Landowners in the 1950s raised some of the same concerns when electric and natural gas companies built transmission lines and pipelines.
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Lawsuit: N.D. landowners along Missouri River, Lake Sakakawea claim lose of oil, gas money to state

March 8, 2012 in Grand Forks Herald

The lawsuit says the state is claiming it can sell oil and gas exploration rights on property it doesn’t own. The lawsuit says millions of dollars are at stake. Continue Reading

ND bill would pay landowners share of oil income

January 14, 2011 in Grand Forks Herald

North Dakota landowners who must allow oil companies to drill on their land should share in the profits, because energy exploration has brought them headaches while cutting them out of the bounty, a group of lawmakers said Friday. Continue Reading

Oil boom: Land access, safety issues come to forefront

December 25, 2010 in The Dickinson Press

Myron Hanson, whose family has farmed in Bottineau and Williams counties for more than a century, will go to Bismarck next month to lobby the North Dakota Legislature, appealing for tighter regulations on energy companies’ access to and use of their land during development.
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