- land·own·er·ship, noun
- landowning, noun, adjective
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How to use landowner in a sentence
Stakeholders — including farmers, landowners, hunters, naturalists and wildlife management officials — often disagree on how or whether to sustain the wild wolf population.Wild red wolves hanging on but more cooperation needed to save the species | Ann Cameron Siegal | January 26, 2021 | Washington Post
The amendment includes $5 million in funding for lending organizations to provide loans to landowners who are seeking to clear up or consolidate ownership, helping them pay for legal assistance or obtain necessary documentation.ProPublica Wins Two NABJ Salute to Excellence Awards | by ProPublica | December 21, 2020 | ProPublica
For example, 586 acres, which were once part of a West Oahu naval air station, would have involved prohibitive development costs and the requirement to involve surrounding landowners on infrastructure issues, according to DHHL.The Government Promised to Return Ancestral Hawaiian Land, Then Never Finished the Job | by Rob Perez, Honolulu Star-Advertiser, and Agnel Philip, ProPublica | December 19, 2020 | ProPublica
Finite Carbon, with 50 carbon projects over 3 million acres of land, connects landowners to businesses that pay a fee per ton of carbon dioxide permanently stored in the forest.BP bets big on carbon credits in latest acquisition | Bernhard Warner | December 16, 2020 | Fortune
Similarly, we could contrast the landowner and the developer, who in producing homes provides a much-needed societal good.There’s a Way for the City to Balance Density With Quality of Life | Nico Calavita and Brian J. Curry | December 15, 2020 | Voice of San Diego
The third eaglet was never found despite a search by the Flint Creek volunteers and the landowner.
Patterson secured the permission of the landowner to venture onto the property.
The father and son treasure-hunting obsessives split the roughly $1.2 million in proceeds with the landowner.
In America,” de Tocqueville noted, “land costs little, and anyone can become a landowner.In the Future We'll All Be Renters: America's Disappearing Middle Class | Joel Kotkin | August 10, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
The real Watson was a sociopathic landowner in southwest Florida where land and water know no fixed boundary.Peter Matthiessen Was One of the Greatest Writers of a Great Generation | Malcolm Jones | April 7, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
For my own part, I see no difference now-a-days between the man who makes his money in business and the landowner.The Pit Town Coronet, Volume II (of 3) | Charles James Wills
When this occurs, the new land so formed is held to be the property of the farmer or landowner who has suffered loss.Peeps at Many Lands: Egypt | R. Talbot Kelly
Elias is eminent not only as an extensive landowner and cultivator, but as a statesman.
He might with equal probability have been an eccentric landowner or a gentlemanly ploughman.Tess of the d'Urbervilles | Thomas Hardy
Let there be no great landowner in the parish, and any combination on the part of the agriculturists becomes impossible.The Hills and the Vale | Richard Jefferies
British Dictionary definitions for landowner
a person who owns land
- landownership, noun
- landowning, noun, adjective
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