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The resources listed below represent just a few of those available to Texas landowners and others interested in land trusts and preservation issues. For more information, browse our links page or contact us.
Land Preservation Agreements – also known as Conservation Easements – can be used to conserve a property in its natural state, while allowing land owners to retain many rights, including ownership of the property.