How We Work
What is a land trust?
A land trust is a private, non-profit organization that works to conserve land and open spaces through the aquisition of land or negotiating conservation agreements/easements on land. Land trusts work with landowners and the community to conserve land by accepting donations of land, purchasing land, negotiating conservation agreements on land and providing stewardship of conserved land.
For more information about land trusts and how they work, please see The Land Trust Alliance.
Land Conservation Tools Include:
•Public Agency Acquisition
•Cooperative Management Agreements
•Gifts of Land
Working with Private Land Owners
Working with Communities
Spring 2013 Newsletter
When the Pot Boiled Over
Land Trust Videos
Click the top screen to view the Harrison Hollow Video. Select the bottom screen to learn more about the Land Trust.
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