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This new publication can help property owners understand more about one of the land conservation possibilities available to them.

'Conservation easements' have been gaining popularity since their introduction in the province in 1996. Unfortunately, information about this new tool has been scarce, making it difficult for landowners to answer basic questions such as: Who are the eligible easement holders? Where in the province do they operate? What landscape types are the various groups interested in? How do I contact them? (preview the Table of Contents)

This 30-page guidebook lays out all of that information and more.

Print copies are available by contacting Corvus Conservation directly. Booklets are free, but there is a charge of $5.00 to cover postage and handling.

Or download a PDF copy right now (PDF file is 2 MB, and requires Adobe Acrobat).

Programs and Possibilities

Programs and Possibilities: Conservation Easements in Alberta is available at no charge thanks to the support of the Alberta Real Estate Foundation. The Alberta Real Estate Foundation supports real estate initiatives that benefit the industry and the people of Alberta. Current funding themes include Professional and Consumer Education, Affordable Housing, and Land Use and Environment.