For many, the thought of watching their land become developed after they sell it is a terribly painful vision so they conserve it prior to selling. Many people want to make sure that local food and local and migrating wildlife will have a place in their community. And others find it gives them great satisfaction to know that their family's history and legacy will remain intact for generations to come.
And often, conserving land is an important way to reduce federal income and estate taxes or transfer the land to the kids. Rather than lose the land, many are able to keep it in the family because it is protected. If you would like to brainstorm about land conservation please give Ashley a call at (859) 255-4552 or email her. All conversations are confidential to respect your family's decisions.