IS MY LAND ELIGIBLE FOR A CONSERVATION EASEMENT?
Property must meet certain criteria to be eligible to receive the tax benefits and financial incentives associated with conservation easements. These criteria are outlined below and divided out between legal requirements and organizational requirements.
The property must possess one or more of the following elements to be considered eligible for a conservation easement that will generate federal and state tax benefits:
CCALT is a statewide conservation organization dedicated to the conservation of working agricultural lands. To ensure that we continue to advance our organizational mission and remain focused on our core competencies, the CCALT Board of Directors has established certain criteria that the CCALT staff uses to evaluate the eligibility of conservation projects. These criteria are essentially the minimum standards a property has to meet for CCALT to consider working with the landowner on a conservation easement project. The criteria are outlined below.
For more information on any of these requirements, please contact us.