"Who Says It's Not Easy Being Green?: Economic Incentives for Conservation-Based Land Use and Property Restrictions"

   Find out how legal restrictions aimed at achieving basic conservation goals can pay off for your clients yet still enable them to own and productively utilize their property. Whether you represent businesses with large forest and agricultural land holdings or family farmers, it is important for you to attend this seminar.
  Those who advise local land trusts or other public interest groups interested in the land protection will also find this seminar vitally important in learning about these often-overlooked economic incentives for land and resource conservation.
  "Who Says It's Not Easy Being Green?" will not only provide an overview of these environmental programs and their current opportunities, but also discuss the particular terms and provisions of the conservation easements and other legal instruments necessary to ensure participation in these various programs. Presenters will highlight practice tips and concerns for the legal issues involved in such transactions.

Dec. 9, 2008, at the State Bar Center in Madison
Student registration is just $15
For more information, go to
http://www.wisbar.org/AM/Template.cfm?Section=view_calendar1&Template=/Conference/ConferenceDescription.cfm&ConferenceID=3302

Submitted by UW Law School Newsletter Admin on November 17, 2008

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