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Bugs that Help Your Garden Flourish

By Courtney Hageman

We often see insects as nothing more than pests, but the reality is that there are many insects that play an important role in our world. From preying on harmful insects and critters, to pollinating plants, there are a handful …

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Mining the Mystery of Bigfoot

By LandCentral

Legends tell of a huge creature covered in hair, emitting a foul smell and walking on huge feet. In the Himalayan Mountains near Tibet, they are called Yeti. In India, they call them Mande Barung (forest man). In the Pacific …

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What do LandCentral and Crop Circles Have in Common

By Angela Tipton

In researching our last article about UFO’s, I came across some crop circle images that resembled LandCentral’s logo. Mind you, it was purely coincidental, but what a fascinating coincidence. Crop circles are patterns that appear in crops, such as corn, …

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Find Land Free From Light Pollution

By Candice Armstrong

Light pollution: if you live in a highly populated area, you’ve experienced it. You walk outside at night to look skyward and, instead of a glimmering carpet of stars, you see a sky muddied by the city lights below. It’s …

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Montana: And All Its Wonder

By LandCentral

For its immense size, Montana remains one of the West’s best-kept secrets: full of beautiful landscapes, rugged mountain ranges and rolling prairies. Whether you’re looking for a place to escape and lose yourself in the wildernesses, or if you want …

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5 Mighty Parks of Utah [Infographic]

By Josh Speiss

Utah is known for its natural beauty and is home everything from deserts to pine forests and mountain valleys. It is a rugged and diverse state. Today, Utah State Parks manages 43 parks and several undeveloped areas totaling over 95,000 …

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Fire Prevention Through Yard Cleaning

By Chris Briggs

I’m a lucky man. I spend most of my day talking to people. In fact, I may have talked with you already. I talk with all types of people from all types of places, but they all have one thing …

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The Homestead Act: Travel Through History

By Courtney Hageman

The Homestead Act was signed into law by Abraham Lincoln on May 20, 1862.  Its aim was for poor and middle class people to have a chance at land ownership for the first time. Prior to the Homestead Act being …

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How To Find Cheap Acreage

By Courtney Hageman

LandCentral helps you find the land you want for an affordable price. Whether you’re looking for a small property on which to build a home, or a large swath of open acreage, LandCentral is dedicated to helping you find the …

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