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Greater New Orleans Region, LA
LandWatch has thousands of farms, ranches and other rural acreage for sale in Louisiana's Greater New Orleans region, including hunting and fishing properties, cabins, land for sale and land auctions. Based on recent LandWatch data, the Greater New Orleans region of Louisiana ranks fourth in the state for the combined amount of land currently for sale. LandWatch data records $333 million of rural property, ranches, farms and hunting land for sale in Greater New Orleans region, an increase over last month in terms of overall dollar value. This comprises a combined 28,363 acres of rural land and property for sale. The average price of land and ranches for sale here is $317,234, a 2 percent gain compared to last month.

The Greater New Orleans area of Louisiana is located in the southeastern part of the state, and borders Mississippi to the north and northeast, and the Gulf of Mexico to the south and east. As the name suggests, the region is centered around New Orleans and includes several large suburbs of the largest city in the state, which include Kenner, Slidell and Metairie, and there are 17 communities with populations of 10, 000 to 50, 000 people, and 30 with populations less than 10, 000. The Mississippi River divides several rural parishes in the area, and the terms "east bank" and "west bank" are often used to differentiate areas by which side of the river they fall; the majority of the population resides on the east bank. Lake Pontchartrain is in this region and is partially located in the city limits; it is located north of New Orleans. Lake Borgne is to the east.

The city of New Orleans is known for its French and Spanish Creole architecture, it's multi-lingual and multi-cultural heritage, as well as its cuisine, its festivals, such as the Mardi Gras celebration, and music, as it is the birthplace of jazz music. Greater New Orleans has one of the busiest ports in the world and is a center of maritime industry. The Port of New Orleans is the fifth largest port in the U.S. based on volume of cargo, the second largest in the state next to the Port of South Louisiana, which is also based in this region, and is the world's busiest port in terms of bulk tonnage. Louisiana ranks fifth I oil production in the U.S., and eighth in reserves, with many oil rigs that lie just offshore in the Gulf of Mexico. Federal agencies and the armed forces have large facilities in the area. It is also a center of higher learning 11 two and four-year degree granting institutions, including Tulane University, a top research university. It is also a regional center for the health care industry, and also has a globally competitive manufacturing sector. There is also a rapidly-growing entrepreneurial and creative industries sector, and cultural tourism is a large contributor to the economy of the region.

St. Tammany Parish is located in the northern part of the Greater New Orleans region, and borders Mississippi to the east and the Gulf of Mexico to the south. The name comes from Chief Tamanend, a Delaware Native American chief who was renowned for his goodness. It is fifth in the state in population. The parish is sometimes known as "North Shore" due to its location on Lake Pontchartrain. The parish seat is Covington, and the largest city is Slidell, with Mandeville being another city in the parish. There are nearly 40 other towns, villages and unincorporated communities. There are several national and state protected areas, including Big Branch Marsh National Wildlife Refuge, Bogue Chitto National Wildlife Refuge, Pearl River Wildlife Management Area, Lake Ramsey Savannah Wildlife Management Area, Fairview-Riverside State Park and Fontainbleau State Park. Delgado Community College is in this parish, with campuses in Covington and Slidell. The National Guard has two engineering brigades located in the parish.

Tangipahoa Parish is located in the northwestern part of the Greater New Orleans region of Louisiana. It borders the Gulf of Mexico to the south and Mississippi to the north. The name comes from a Native American word meaning "ear of corn" or "those who gather corn." The largest community is Hammond, and the parish seat is Amite City, and there are around 15 other small communities in the parish. The majority of the parish south of Ponchatoula consists of coastal swamp marsh, and the Tagipahoa River runs the length of the county north to south. Some attractions in Tangipahoa parish include the African American Heritage Museum, Collinswood School Museum, farmer's markets in Amite and Hammond, Kentwood Historical and Cultural Arts Museum, Louisiana Treasures Museum, Ponchatoula Area Recreation District, The National Guard also has some posts in this parish.

Washington Parish is located in the northeastern part of Louisiana's Greater New Orleans region. It borders Mississippi to the north and east. The parish seat is Franklinton, and the largest community is Bogalusa, and there are just six other communities in this parish. Part of the Bogue Chitto National Wildlife Refuge is located in Washington Parish. The parish is largely rural, with beautiful countryside of rolling hills, pine forests, farms and waterways where visitors can fish hunt, canoe and tube. It is home to the largest free fair in the country. The parish is known for its agriculture, specifically watermelons, and the timber and paper industry, and and a lumber company is the largest employer in the parish. Northshore Technical Community College is located in the parish. The National Guard has engineer battalions in Bogalusa and Franklinton.

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