Land Trust

Land Trust

Land Trust

Land Trust

In some parts of the United States, a farm is worth more for its real estate than for what it grows, and as profitability becomes increasingly illusive, some farmers look to sell off their land. Bob Berner explains how land trusts provide guidance and economic support in the form of conservation easements to keep farms in production and provide community with cultural continuity.

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