Adjacent Subdivisions

What is a “conservation easement”?  (from AVLT)

A conservation easement is a voluntary legal agreement between a landowner and a land trust or qualified government agency that permanently limits certain high-impact uses and development, while allowing for uses consistent with your conservation goals, such as farming and ranching. Land placed under a conservation easement is still managed and owned by you; you can continue working your land. A conservation easement with AVLT does not grant public access nor any authority to any government agency. It is recorded in the county records and becomes a permanent part of the title to the land, acknowledged by all future owners of the land. It is an important planning tool for the future. Easements are about access, not necessarily ownership!


Most of the Adjoining Properties are Rural Residential (in blue). Based on Zoning alone. Not compatible.