Our Mission

Partnership for Conservation’s mission is to ensure the long-term availability and integrity of conservation easement donations for all Americans, to make certain that decision makers and the public are well-informed on the importance of conservation easements and the related federal tax incentive, and to ensure open and unbiased coordination among stakeholders to maximize conservation for all generations.

Who We Are

We are a diverse, national coalition of stakeholders working to ensure the long-term availability and integrity of conservation easement donations. Our members include individuals, private companies, land trusts, sportsmen’s organizations, and conservation groups. We are committed to supporting the highest professional standards in land conservation.

Photo credit of Southeast Regional Land Conservancy.

P4C Goals

OUR ORGANIZATION FOCUSES ITS RESOURCES ON THREE KEY AREAS OF ACTIVITY:

1. INTEGRITY

We stand for the highest level of integrity and best practices in private land conservation through conservation easement donations and Section 170(h).

2. OUTREACH

We conduct outreach to help educate decision makers and the public about the importance and success of conservation easement donations.

3. ADVOCACY

We advocate 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.


 

Our Leadership

Robert Ramsay

Executive Director, Partnership for Conservation

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George C. Thornton

Founder, Heritage Preservation Trust

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Frank Schuler

Board Chairman, Partnership for Conservation

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Brian Cooper

Vice President, Pinewood Atlanta Studios

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Brian R. Bojo

Attorney, McRae, Smith, Peek, Harman & Monroe, LLP

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