Become a P4C Member

The Partnership for Conservation has members from more than 40 states and growing across all regions of the country. To bring all stakeholders together to solve the limited problems with conservation easements and enable further conservation of our country’s lands, natural resources and biodiversity, P4C is interested in joining forces and combining resources with all land trusts, local and national conservation groups, wildlife biologists, real estate professionals, landowners (both individual and companies), attorneys, land planners and other consultants and tradespeople involved in conservation.

P4C members benefit from:

  • Access to policy, legal and tax experts in land conservation related fields.
  • Key insights and analysis into trends, legislative updates and events impacting the industry to help protect members, clients and advisors and ensure tax incentives remain a successful vehicle and compelling choice for landowners to make conservation easement donations of important lands.
  • Monthly member-only conference calls to provide current legislative and regulatory updates.
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At P4C, our mission is to expand conservation easements to keep pace with the continuous need for land conservation and wildlife preservation. More protected land means we can keep a safe 300 feet from larger wildlife!

At P4C, our mission is to expand conservation easements to keep pace with the continuous need for land conservation and wildlife preservation. More protected land means we can keep a safe 300 feet from larger wildlife!Social distancing means avoiding large gatherings and maintaining distance (approximately 6 feet) from others when possible. While we're at it, let's remember to keep it 300 feet or more for larger wildlife.

As services are limited, the National Park Service continues to urge visitors to:

Check park websites for the most up to date information regarding access.

Pack out everything you bring into a park and always practice Leave No Trace principles.

Park only in designated areas. Follow park regulations.

If you encounter a crowded trail-head or overlook, you're not practicing safe social distancing. Go elsewhere.

If waving to your friend from six feet away, you're doing it right. If you're waving while standing next to a moose, you're not.

Visit nps.gov/coronavirus to learn more.
#SocialDistancing #KeepWildlifeWild
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