Working Relationships with Key Landowners
6.1 Community History of Voluntary Land Conservation
6.2 Knowledge of Key Landowners
6.3 Potential for Landowner Outreach
The municipality is prepared to work with key landowners currently or potentially interested in conservation and / or limited development plans for their properties. It is also willing to collaborate with a qualified land trust in such efforts.
Read about Principle 6.0 on Page 27 of the Guidebook.
Conservation Options, a Landowner’s Guide, Land Trust Alliance, 2003
Green Infrastructure: Linking Landscapes and Communities; Mark A. Benedict, Edward T. McMahon, and The Conservation Fund, Island Press, 2006 (paperback, ISBN: 9781559635585)
Ebook format published in September 2012 (ISBN: 9781597267649)
Preserving Family Lands: Book I – Essential Tax Strategies for the Landowner, Stephen J. Small, 2009
The Conservation Easement Handbook, Elizabeth Byers and Karin Marchetti Ponte, The Land Trust Alliance and The Trust for Public Land, 2005 (ISBN: 9781932807004)
Conservancy: The Land Trust Movement in America, Richard Brewer, Dartmouth College Press, 2003
Pocono Land Trust