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  • Protecting wildlife corridors remains more theory than practice

    Protecting wildlife corridors remains more theory than practice

    There's a growing understanding of the scientific importance of wildlife migration corridors, but protecting them is a huge political challenge.

  • A move to make land trusts more accountable

    The Land Trust Alliance hopes its new accreditation program for land trusts will forestall the passage of federal legislation designed to end the abuse of conservation easements

  • 'Sticking around' for an alpine valley

    Attilio Genasci has devoted himself to preserving land in Sierra Valley, Calif., where he has lived and farmed for 96 years

  • The Gulf spill catastrophe can be a goad to do the right thing

    The Gulf spill catastrophe can be a goad to do the right thing

    Congress needs to fulfill its promise to fund the Land and Water Conservation Fund.

  • A Montana rancher stands his ground against subdivision

    An 86-year-old lifelong rancher named Vernon Gliko is donating his entire 1,800-acre Montana ranch as a conservation easement.

  • Little orphan easement?

    Little orphan easement?

    When a land trust dissolves, its conservation easements need to be taken on by another group, but that’s not as easy as it sounds.

  • Saying good-bye to the ranch

    Saying good-bye to the ranch

    Four families cooperate on conservation easements in order to save a huge ranch in Colorado from development.

  • The ranch wife, reinvented

    Andrea Malmberg of Wyoming’s Twin Creek Ranch uses her gourmet cooking to put her ranch guests in touch with the land and with the food they eat

  • Ancient archaeological secret is revealed

    Archaeologists are thrilled about the state of Utah’s acquisition of Waldo Wilcox’s Range Creek Canyon ranch, site of a thousand-year-old Frement Indian settlement

  • Write-off on the Range

    In Montana’s Madison County, Reid Rosenthal uses conservation easements to help the land — and make his investors rich

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