Event Date/Time: Dec 11, 2003
End Date/Time: Dec 11, 2003
Conservation easements are one of the frequently used methods for protecting land in the US. A conservation easement is a legal agreement that limits certain kinds of development on the land while allowing the landowner to continue to own it, to live on it, and to use it. It allows landowners to achieve their conservation goals while maintaining ownership and a high degree of control over their property. The landowner donates the easement to a qualified organization or governmental agency that in turn ensures that the conditions of the easement are met. . This workshop will give you an overview of what conservation easements are and how they can be used to meet your landowning management and conservation goalsWorkshop fee of $135 includes breaks, lunch and workshop materials including the book, "The Landowners Guide to Conservation Easements".