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Conservation Easements

Working RE
By Jeff Kauttu
October 2, 2019

Every corner of the United States is home to important and diverse habitats that deserve to be protected; many hold awe-inspiring natural beauty. What is equally important and just as rare is environmentally important land that also has significant development potential. It is this type of high-value development land that is ideally suited for the consideration of a conservation easement, an important tool used to protect valuable ecological resources for future generations.

The old axiom about land is that there is no more where that came from, which is acutely true when discussing sensitive habitat and wetlands. Once eliminated, it is prohibitively difficult and expensive to return land to its natural state.

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Robert Ramsay became President and Executive Director of P4C in January of 2019 and we are proud to have such a dedicated conservationist and outdoorsman to lead our fast-growing organization. See more major moments for P4C and American #conservation:
https://partnershipforconservation.org/conservation-timeline/

Robert Ramsay became President and Executive Director of P4C in January of 2019 and we are proud to have such a dedicated conservationist and outdoorsman to lead our fast-growing organization. See more major moments for P4C and American #conservation:
partnershipforconservation.org/conservation-timeline/
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