“Your agency helped us put a conservation easement on our 96 acre farm. We are happy to be a part of maintaining open space in Kinderhook.” – Marcia Anderson

Donated conservation easements are an important way for landowners to permanently protect their properties and establish a legacy for future generations, while potentially qualifying for significant New York state and federal tax deductions.  You can learn more about how one family protected land of historical significance with a conservation easement.  To learn more about the conservation easement process and what it entails, you can click here and download this PDF.  The basic steps for most easements are outlined here.

Conservation easements can also be an important estate planning tool.  Click here to learn more about various ways you can consider CLC in your estate planning.

Please call us if you’re interested in donating a conservation easement – we’d be happy to talk you through the steps involved.


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