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1. What options are available for protecting my land into the future?
2. What is a conservation easement?
3. How does a conservation easement differ from other types of easements?
4. If I put my property into a conservation easement with a land trust, who then owns the property?
5. Will deed restrictions protect my property as I want it to be?
6. Can a conservation easement protect my property from takings by eminent domain?
7. Does my property have to be made open to the public?
8. Does my entire property have to be placed in the conservation easement agreement?
9. Is there a model easement document available for review?
10. What costs are involved in protecting my land?
11. How long does development of a conservation easement take?
12. Who enforces the terms of a conservation easement?
13. Have courts upheld the validity of conservation easements?
14. Will a conservation easement on my property affect my taxes?
15. Can I sell my property if it has a conservation easement on it?
16. Will a conservation easement reduce the value of my property?
17. What other agencies can advise me on the care and management of my property?
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