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Collaboration & Mergers

Collaborative Opportunities for Land Trusts

Many types of collaborative approaches are available to help advance land conservation.

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Holders, Beneficiaries and Backup Grantees

Defining Roles and Relationships to Achieve Conservation Easement Objectives

A conservation easement may have one or more holders responsible for upholding the easement’s conservation objectives. It may have a beneficiary, an entity with some rights to manage the easement in furtherance of the conservation objectives but no responsibility to do so. It may also provide a contingency plan to replace a holder in the event the holder cannot or will not perform its duties. Effective long-term easement management requires that when more than one entity shares easement management rights, the relationship between the entities must be carefully delineated.

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Land Trust Merger Case Studies

This guide describes the catalysts for exploring merger, the exploration and due diligence process, and the outcomes of several consolidations of land trusts with land trusts as well as land trusts with other charitable organizations.

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Merger

An Introduction for Conservation Organizations

A land trust may merge with another land trust or other conservation organization in order to more effectively advance the goals of each organization.

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