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Investigates the legal and practical notion of flexibility in the application, of conservation easements, and summarizes the mechanisms available to incorporate appropriate amounts of flexibility to account for future scientific and cultural changes without sacrificing inherent conservation values.
Citron, A. 2008. Incorporating Flexibility into Conservation Easements. Winner of the 2007 Lillian S. Fisher Prize in Environmental Law and Policy. Udall Center for Studies in Public Policy: Tucson, AZ. 53pp. [pdf]
This publication is also available in printed form for a nominal printing and postage fee. [order]