News Year: 2019

Northwest Landowners Association files lawsuit against the State of ND over pore space law.

Follow our Pore Space page to stay up to date on the happenings on this lawsuit. We have a scrappy organization with limited resources and a board of dedicated landowners; plus the constitution is on our side! Listen to Derrick Braaten, NWLA Attorney, talk about how we have the constitution on our side HERE.

Northwest Landowners Association files lawsuit against the State of ND over pore space law.

Follow our Pore Space page to stay up to date on the happenings on this lawsuit. We have a scrappy organization with limited resources and a board of dedicated landowners; plus the constitution is on our side! Listen to Derrick Braaten, NWLA Attorney, talk about how we have the constitution on our side HERE.

Next Steps: Pore Space Bill

We need to move forward to address a number of issues impacting landowners; with the most pressing issue being centered around, the Pore Space Bill, SB 2344. This Bill was signed by Governor Burgum on April 18 and now the looming question is, “How can we stop this?” The NWLA Board of Directors is working… Read more »

Next Steps: Pore Space Bill

We need to move forward to address a number of issues impacting landowners; with the most pressing issue being centered around, the Pore Space Bill, SB 2344. This Bill was signed by Governor Burgum on April 18 and now the looming question is, “How can we stop this?” The NWLA Board of Directors is working… Read more »

NWLA Foundation Receives Large Donation

Daryl and Christine Peterson, Northwest Landowners Association members, donated $250,000 to the NWLA Foundation. These funds will be used for brine remediation education across North Dakota. The Petersons hope their donation will encourage others to give the NWLA Foundation; and support the education of responsible resource development.

NWLA Foundation Receives Large Donation

Daryl and Christine Peterson, Northwest Landowners Association members, donated $250,000 to the NWLA Foundation. These funds will be used for brine remediation education across North Dakota. The Petersons hope their donation will encourage others to give the NWLA Foundation; and support the education of responsible resource development.