|Re: land trusts & Cohousing||<– Date –> <– Thread –>|
|From: Shava Nerad (shavanetwork-services.uoregon.edu)|
|Date: Fri, 26 Jan 1996 13:27:23 -0600|
> As a culture, although we have created some major land preserves in the > guise of national parks and wilderness areas, the oldest of these is barely > 100 years old. There are some private nature reserves older than that, but > not by much and so there is little legal history for private management of > land in perpituity. I want to create a place where nature stands forever > where my spirit will wander all eternity with the trees and flowers. *deep sigh* My faith in the idea of the management of public lands in perpetuity is a little bruised since I moved West. The Forest Service and the BLM seem to be not the best folks to trust land to. Have you looked into the Nature Conservancy? I don't know much in depth about them, but they would probably be a source of good supporting legal advice for you. Shava who wants to think about trees & flowers, rather than lawyers & contracts, but is willing to do the nasty work up front...then settle in to enjoy the trees & flowers for 1000 years or so...
RE: land trusts & Cohousing Rob Sandelin (Exchange), January 25 1996
- Re: land trusts & Cohousing Shava Nerad, January 26 1996
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