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Landowner Programs

Pipeline Reclamation Problems? The ND Department of Agriculture’s new program can assist in resolving land surface issues and concerns with pipeline restoration and reclamation. Issues including deep ruts/uneven ground, improper vegetation reseeding, pooling water, slumping, soil erosion, and topsoil replacement can all be caused by the activities around water, gas, and oil pipelines. For assistance,… Read more »

Landowner Programs

Pipeline Reclamation Problems? The ND Department of Agriculture’s new program can assist in resolving land surface issues and concerns with pipeline restoration and reclamation. Issues including deep ruts/uneven ground, improper vegetation reseeding, pooling water, slumping, soil erosion, and topsoil replacement can all be caused by the activities around water, gas, and oil pipelines. For assistance,… Read more »

Grant Dollars Awarded

Northwest Landowners Association was awarded a $50,000 grant from Farm Credit Service’s Rural Community Grant Fund. The dollars are to be used to provide support staff to eventually transition NWLA to a full-time executive director.

Grant Dollars Awarded

Northwest Landowners Association was awarded a $50,000 grant from Farm Credit Service’s Rural Community Grant Fund. The dollars are to be used to provide support staff to eventually transition NWLA to a full-time executive director.

Governmental & Mineral Development Information

North Dakota Industrial Commission, Oil and Gas Division Manitoba Surface Rights Association Oil and Gas Leasing, Rules, Policies and Forms Rights-of-Way & Oil/Gas Surface Agreement Procedures We look forward to sharing ideas and information with you. If you have any questions or comments, please email them to contactus@nwlandowners.com.

Governmental & Mineral Development Information

North Dakota Industrial Commission, Oil and Gas Division Manitoba Surface Rights Association Oil and Gas Leasing, Rules, Policies and Forms Rights-of-Way & Oil/Gas Surface Agreement Procedures We look forward to sharing ideas and information with you. If you have any questions or comments, please email them to contactus@nwlandowners.com.