Easements Explained

Typically, conservation easements restrict certain development rights and protect natural wildlife habitat, streams, and other conservation values of the land. These restrictions are in perpetuity.

The primary goal of the land trust is to assist a landowner in translating their conservation objectives and requirements into an outcome, like a conservation easement, which will then protect sustainable and natural resources while meeting regulatory and professional requirements. Easements protect conservation values of the land and must meet accepted requirements of national and state land trust associations.

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