PARTNERSHIP FOR
CONSERVATION

Preserving our planet is as important as ever and P4C supports preserving smart, responsible incentives to encourage private land conservation. We strongly support further regulations to ensure appropriate oversight and transparency, while also encouraging even more private investments to permanently protect valuable and environmentally-sensitive greenspace for future generations.

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P4C’s MEMBERS ARE PERMANENTLY CONSERVING IMPORTANT LANDS IN THE U.S.

P4C sees private investment in conservation as an important and effective solution to address competing priorities of business and protecting the environment. Through private conservation efforts and conservation easements, P4C members have successfully conserved hundreds of thousands of acres of land, ensuring our country's habitats and natural resources are preserved for generations to come.

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SUCCESS
STORIES

Learn about areas of important and pristine lands across the U.S. that have successfully been conserved through the use of conservation easement donations.

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"Partnership for Conservation is committed to ensuring the availability and integrity of conservation easement donations, which are one of the most effective tools available for conservation."

– Frank SchulerPresident, Partnership for Conservation

“Of all the questions which can come before this nation, short of the actual preservation of its existence in a great war, there is none which compares in importance with the great central task of leaving this land even a better land for our descendants than it is for us.”

– Theodore RooseveltSpeech at Osawatomie, Kansas, on August 31, 1910

WE PRIORITIZE LANDOWNERS
AND LAND TRUSTS

Private landowners and land trusts are an integral part of a complete land conservation strategy.

WE ADVOCATE
FOR INTEGRITY

P4C advocates for the effective, fair and compliant implementation of land conservation under Federal rules, with the objective of maximizing the conservation of land to benefit future generations.

WE SEEK
COMMON GROUND

Our members work to find common ground with all parties in the conservation community to ensure the use of conservation easements for generations to come.

100,000,000

The U.S. population is projected to grow by 100 million and the amount of land covered with housing, roads and shopping malls will nearly triple by 2050.

Source: Land Trust Alliance

2,200,000

We lose 6,000 acres of wildlife habitat every day. That’s 2.2 million acres — an area the size of Yellowstone National Park — every year.

Source: Dept. of Forestry at the US Department of Agriculture

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