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Undeveloped Land Surrounded by Developed Land

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  • Conservation Easements in North Carolina PDF
    This is a thorough discussion of conservation easements, including how they work, their benefits and advantages, which landowners grant conservation easements and why, and a range of other considerations about this particular method of land preservation.

  • Farmland Protection in North Carolina; The Issues (Not yet available)
    Provides a snapshot of the current situation regarding disappearing land resources in North Carolina and elsewhere. Also discussed are tools and programs to prevent these losses.

  • Executive Order 96; Conservation of Prime Agricultural and Forest Lands HTML, PDF
    Issued in 1983 by Governor Jim Hunt, this Executive Order outlines state policy to protect prime agricultural and forest lands.

  • Print Publication Acknowledgements HTML, PDF

 

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