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Information for Landowners

The Northcoast Regional Land Trust offers consultation services and workshops to help landowners evaluate the resources available to conserve their land. Advice is tailored to landowner needs and can include conservation planning, fundraising, and networking with professional and public support agencies.


Conservation agreements or easements     |   Conservation Easements: A Guide for Landowners     |   Project questionnaire     |     Links to other resources


The Land Trust has worked with many landowners throughout the region to draft conservation plans to permanently protect the natural beauty, cultural resources, and biodiversity of their properties. Property owners willing to donate a conservation easement to insure that their land will remain as wild and scenic as possible in perpetuity should Contact us to explore their options.

Fee-simple acquisitions typically involve a land trust or public agency purchasing title to a property with conservation values. Landowners often use this method of land protection because they receive income from the sale and are assured that their land will be protected for long-term public benefit.

As a nonprofit land trust, we are a legal entity to hold conservation easements, accept gifts of land and tax-deductible donations. We also provide stewardship for already protected areas.

If you are interested in exploring a contribution of land or easement, please don't hesitate to Contact us.


Links to other resources

Conservation Easement Tax Incentive Brochure

Conservation Donation Rules

Farm Bill Programs and Grants