CDLT offers ‘Conservation Easements Moving Past Controversy’ |

CDLT offers ‘Conservation Easements Moving Past Controversy’

Continental Divide Land Trust is offering an educational course for attorneys, Realtors, planners, appraisers, CPAs, and landowners: “Conservation Easements: Moving Past Controversy.” The course will feature the expertise of Jessica Jay of Conservation Law, Mike Strugar of the Conservation Resource Center and Kevin Shea of Shea Appraisals, along with a landowner’s perspective.

This professional credit course will take place on Dec. 7 from 8:15 a.m. to 1 p.m. at CMC in Breckenridge. The course cost is $65, and free for qualified land owners. For sign-up or questions, contact CDLT at (970) 453-3875,, or visit

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