Conservation Easements: Options for Preserving Current Land Uses
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Demers, Chris, and Douglas R. Carter. 2004. “Conservation Easements: Options for Preserving Current Land Uses: SS-FOR-21/FR149, 1/2004”. EDIS 2004 (10). Gainesville, FL. https://doi.org/10.32473/edis-fr149-2004.

Abstract

This publication describes conservation easements, what is involved in establishing one, some of the tax implications of such agreements, the government and non-government organizations that commonly participate in conservation easements, and important considerations for landowners before entering into such an agreement. This document is SS-FOR-21, one of a Forest Stewardship Program series of the School of Forest Resources and Conservation, Florida Cooperative Extension Service, Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, University of Florida. First published: January 2004.

SS-FOR-21/FR149: Conservation Easements: An Option for Preserving Current Land Uses (ufl.edu)

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References

Bick, S. and H. L. Haney, Jr. 2001. The Landowner's Guide to Conservation Easements (Updated Edition). Kendall/Hunt Publishing Co. Dubuque, IA. 181 pp.

Demers, C. (ed.) 2001. Conservation easements. The Florida Forest Steward, vol. 7, no. 4, Forest Stewardship Publication, Florida Cooperative Extension Service, IFAS, University of Florida. Gainesville.

Stockwell, P. 2001. Deed of Conservation Easement. Florida Division of State Lands. 11 p.

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