Learn about benefits of land conservation

Haywood County landowners can learn about conserving their land Monday, April 4, at the Haywood Agricultural Center in Waynesville.

The workshop will review how conservation agreements work and why they are beneficial to landowners of rural lands. A conservation easement is a voluntary and permanent agreement that limits certain development on a property in exchange for possible federal, state, and local tax benefits, a cash payment, or some combination.

The meeting is part of an ongoing series of “Saving Rural Lands and More” workshops supported by the Pigeon River Fund.

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