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annikastheory wrote

Yes, but: Some locals view the wealthy buyers as a "threat to a way of life beloved for its easy access to the outdoors," per the Times. However, some rich land owners have made a point to invest in conservation efforts in their communities.

Gee that makes me feel so much better

John Malone owns the most land in the U.S. with 2.20 million acres

For reference that's just a tad smaller than Puerto Rico. Also 2.2 million acres sounds way more impressive than 8900 square kilometers.