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There are many good reasons to consider conserving your land as well as options for going about it. Conserving your property can bring significant benefits to you as well as long term benefits to the whole community.
In some cases, you may be entitled to receive tax relief at the state and federal level for donating an easement. If eligible, you could receive money for your sale of development rights.
For the majority of landowners the reason to conserve comes down to a simple but deep love and appreciation for the land and a desire to care for it beyond their lifetime.
The Latest NEWS
Ruth Hill's conservation dreams are made a reality; 195 acres protected on family farm in Schaghticoke.
Five generations of Jill Collins' ancestors have worked these highly productive flat crop fields and pasturelands for over 100 years.
158 acres conserved in the town of Easton