National Conservation Easement Database (NCED): A Vital Information and Planning Resource

Planning tools to address current and future land conservation are increasingly available, but the National Conservation Easement Database (NCED) is the first and only resource providing an up-to-date picture of land in the U.S. under conservation easement. This public-private partnership brings together national conservation groups, local and regional land trusts, and state and federal agencies around a common objective. Mary Bruce Alford, from the Trust for Conservation Finance - National Programs at The Trust for Public Land, will introduces NCED, discusses how the database is being used and describes what others can do to improve upon the work already completed.

Senior Conservation Scientist, Team Lead- Planning & Management
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