Ending in 2012 after being in circulation for more than 20 years, Land Letter was the authoritative voice on natural resource policy issues that policymakers and professionals have turned to for objective, timely and accurate information.
Land Letter brought the brightness, clarity and quality that readers have come to expect from leading newsstand magazines to environmental and energy policy affairs.
With its reputation for comprehensive and nonpartisan reporting, Land Letter drew readers from all sides of the issues, including members of Congress, academic and media outlets, industry and environmental groups, and federal agencies.
From timber management in the nation’s forests to water resource allocation and energy development in the West, Land Letter covered it all with a distinctive voice. No other publication matched Land Letter's in-depth reporting on such a wide range of natural resource development and conservation issues.