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(1) A land trust, or conservation easement, limits the use of the land it protects through a legal pact between the government and a landowner. The goal of the agreement is to protect the land through conservation, but the landowner still has limited use and can sell the land. (2) Land trusts are also nonprofit organizations that acquire and conserve land.
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