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Conservation easements are flexible legal instruments that allow landowners to set aside portions of their land for preservation, but they’re commonly misunderstood. Click here to get all the basics in this easy-to-understand FAQ from New England Forestry Foundation (NEFF).
Looking for a tool to help you plan for the future of your woodlands for generations to come? Visit MyLandPlan.org, by the American Forest Foundation, for more information.
Responsible forestry on your land can provide income while helping to keep your woodlands healthy and maintaining or even creating habitat for certain kinds of wildlife. Click here to learn more about how forestry aids in conservation. (Courtesy of New England Forestry Foundation)
My Land Plan, a program of the American Forest Foundation, can help you explore and discover how to manage your woodlands. Easy-to-use tools guide you to map your land, set goals, keep a journal and connect with woodland owners and foresters. GET STARTED HERE >>
Learn more about climate informed forestry with our brand new FactSheet and Check List. Check out some before and after images of the 2011 tornado that hit our area. Our team can help you plan for this type of extreme weather.
The MASS LAND TRUST COALITION maintains an extensive library online with conservation information for landowners like you.
Another excellent site for resources and information for MA woodland owners is available through UMassAmherst. Click here for more information.
We have compiled a list of resources for Connecticut landowners like yourself. Click here to for more information.