by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Natural Resources Conservation Service in Lakewood, Colo .
Written in English
|Contributions||United States. Natural Resources Conservation Service.|
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For private landowners that own large acreage (e.g., large industrial or private forest management companies), there is often a recognition that they have a responsibility to manage their lands in a manner that is beneficial to the communities in which they operate, much like a public land management agency would view management of public lands. The landclearing rate of c. , hectares p.a. is comparable to the worst African, South American and Asian de-forestation rates, much occurring on private lands. This paper gives a brief survey of the ecological and social factors driving the increasing emphasis on private lands in the national biodiversity effort. Common to almost all of these working landscapes is the importance of private interests, including in most cases private landowners, and the decisions they make in their operations. Landowners care very deeply about the lands they steward for a number of social, historic, economic, and altruistic reasons. About 60% of U.S. land is held by private owners, Smith said, and while much attention is focused on public lands, for many species, working with private landowners is critical. This is especially true in Texas, where some 90% of the land is private, including most of the landscape used by the endangered ocelot (Leopardus pardalis).
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Private Lands Conservation DNREC's Division of Fish & Wildlife offers free technical assistance to private landowners in Delaware for conservation planning on their property. If you are interested in establishing, enhancing or maintaining wildlife habitat on your property for the benefit of Species of Greatest Conservation Need, a Division. These private conservation efforts often produce public benefits that extend far beyond property boundaries, resulting in what we at PERC call “private conservation in the public interest.” Once private landowners provide public environmental benefits, however, some groups demand that they must continue to do so without compensation. Steve Small’s book is a wonderful primer, and a wonderful handout, for those of us who would like to see new financial markets open up to the conservation community. Steve’s mix of techniques and approaches is challenging and exciting.” — Ted Ladd, Chartered Financial Analyst and Director, Land Trust Alliance. Conservation of Private Lands Page 1 Executive Summary Private land conservation initiatives are a critical component of any state-level quality of life agenda. Although concerns over sprawl, including the loss of prime agricultural lands and significant green space.