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The Conservation Finance Handbook: How Communities are Paying for Parks and Land Conservation

Between 1996 and 2002, the Trust for Public Land’s Conservation Finance Program helped states and communities design and promote ballot measures that created more than $25 billion in new park and open space funding. Out of the program’s experience comes a handbook that explains the complex process of securing federal, state and private conservation funds, including how to research and design a local, voter-approved conservation finance measure. The first chapter is provided here (in .pdf format), the full 156 page handbook is available for purchase through The Trust for Public Land.
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