Related Information
Chart of Private Land Options for Conservation
Conservation Options: A Landowners Guide (Land Trust Alliance)
Tax Incentives for Land Conservation

Each decision to conserve a property is a personal one. The landowner’s vision for that land, and its conservation values, are the heart of the matter. The owner’s financial and tax circumstances also influence the conservation method selected. Because every situation is unique, the Southeast Alaska Land Trust offers many different means of conserving the vital natural areas that give Southeast Alaska and its communities their unique character.

Jim and Mary-Lou King sold both a conservation easement and a fee-simple property to SEAL Trust.

Whether you need help preserving land that you cherish beyond your lifetime, desire to realize tax-benefits through charitable giving, or simply wish to make a contribution to support our work, we can help you achieve your specific plans while protecting important natural and cultural lands.If you would like to know more about these options please contact us. We have provided an overview of conservation options available when you want to continue to own the land and when you no longer wish to own the land.

Please note:
This information is intended as a general guide to planned giving and voluntary protection of private lands in Southeast Alaska. It is not meant as a substitute for legal or tax advice and should not be relied on as a sole source of information. Individuals wishing to make a donation should consult advisors such as their attorneys, tax accountant, or other professionals. Local and state government officials may also be able to provide useful advice.

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