Are you interested in permanently conserving your land, but aren't sure how to go about it? We can help! Knowing what options exist and how the process works are important first steps, so we've created the following guides to help answer your questions:
Conserving Your Land: Options for New Hampshire Landowners
Published by the Center for Land Conservation Assistance, this concise, easy-to-use guide is filled with case studies of landowners who have protected the land they love. The guide lays out, in five straightforward chapters, everything from “Why Conserve Land” to “The Process: What to Expect.” In between, the options for selling or donating full ownership or conservation easement are explained, with case studies of 13 projects illustrating the major strategies. A “decision tree” will help you think about which strategy best fits your own land-use goals.
Copies are available for purchase from the Forest Society's online gift shop.
This two-page fact sheet was created by our land protection staff to help answer some of the basic questions landowners first have when thinking about conserving their land.
Learn the fundamentals behind what a conservation easement is, the financial benefits, any land use restrictions, and more in this two-page fact sheet.
If you have additional questions about conserving your land, please contact the Forest Society's Center for Land Conservation Assistance by emailing .