Happenings

Held On February 9, 2020

New Maps for ND

Kevin Cramer: What North Dakota landowners need to know about new maps | Letters to the Editor | bismarcktribune.com Sign Up Log In Dashboard Logout My Account Dashboard Profile Saved items Logout News Local Crime Public Notices State & Regional Business Politics National World Multimedia Obituaries Share a story Recent Obituaries Find an Obituary Archives… Read more »

Great turn out at Regional State Township Meeting – Minot

NWLA board members attended the Regional Township Meeting in Minot in Monday, Feb. 10. Attendance at this meeting was one of the highest our board members have seen at a meeting this year. Topics discussed were road signs, gravel quality, new laws, landowner liabilities, and much more!

Held On February 6, 2020

NWLA @ NDCISA meeting

Troy Coons, NWLA Chairman, and Derrick Braaten(Braaten Law Firm), NWLA Legal Counsel, will be speaking during the NDCISA annual meeting, Feb. 6. Posted by Northwest Landowners Association on Friday, January 10, 2020

NWLA @ 2020 KMOT Ag Expo

Mark your calendar for the KMOT Ag Expo. NWLA representatives will be speaking on Jan 30 @4PM and on Jan 31 @ 12PM. We hope to see you there. Posted by Northwest Landowners Association on Friday, January 10, 2020

2019 Brine Spill Remediation Tour

NWLA Foundation was proud to sponsor the NDSU Brine Spill Remediation tour. Read the full story from the Jamestown Sun and Williston Hearald

NWLA Live at the North Dakota State Fair

Today, July 24, Northwest Landowners Association Chairman, Troy Coons, will be live at the North Dakota State Fair. Please stop by the Dakota stage at 10:20AM (West of commercial building 3, by NDSU crop plots) and visit the Scott Hennen show or tune in to the radio. 1100AMWe encourage everyone to call in and ask… Read more »

Please join us next week in Dickinson or April 11th in Minot for an informal discussion on brine spills and brine spill remediation. NDSU researchers will provide an update on the current brine remediation research being conducted in the state. In addition, David Saxowsky, Associate Professor specializing in agricultural law, food law, farm and agribusiness management,… Read more »