Great post, Clever!
Landtaking and Landleaving rites are very important to Heathens in general. Because Heathenry involves working with landwights, housewights, and ancestor spirits, it's very important to keep them in mind when you are moving to a new place, or leaving an old. Our belief system tells us that the wights of Norway are not the same wights of America, which are not the same wights of Africa, etc. Landwights are seen as a very local type of spirit, so when you are moving it's a good thing to set aside some time to welcome them in, alert them to your presence, etc. Especially since our literature also tells us that should the landvaettir become upset, they will impact everything around them, making things go wrong or not work properly.
When I have moved, I typically walk around the property with a small flame, and set some "spaces" for the wights. In those areas, I come back, and I set up small offerings for them: little huts put together from sticks, moss, vegetation. Food. I leave shiny things. If I have landscaping of some kind to do, I do a similar ritual to let the landvaettir know. I do not take more than I need from my yard. I replace the things I take as well.
I loved the article. :)