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Posted by: Louis Tinker on 4/10/02 Title: Conservation Easements
Postnum: 60 EntryID:531
I'm currently gathering information on Conservation easement / covenant / servitude legislation for each of the provinces.

In particular I would appreciate any advice or guidance on Quebec legislation.

Thanks

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Posted by: Matt on 4/24/02 Title: Re: Conservation Easements
Postnum: 60 EntryID:541
I wrote a paper on Manitoban conservation agreements. A few sources I found useful:

A. J. Kwasniak, Reconciling Ecosystem and Political Borders: A Legal Map. Environmental Law Centre, 1997, (Edmonton, Alberta).

A. Hillyer, J. Atkins, Greening Your Title: A guide to best practices for Conservation Covenants. West Coast Environmental Law, 2000.

Posted by: Frances on 5/5/02 Title: Re: Conservation Easements
Postnum: 60 EntryID:553
You may wish to contact the Ontario Nature Trust Alliance and the Federation of Ontario Naturalists. ONTA's Executive Director and staff at the FON are both very familiar with conservation easements in the Ontario context and may be able to provide some assistance.

Federation of Ontario Naturalists: 416-444-8419 or www.ontarionature.org. ONTA can be reached through the FON.

Posted by: Frances on 5/5/02 Title: Re: Conservation Easements
Postnum: 60 EntryID:554
Another thought I had after I posted my response is that you should contact the Nature Conservancy of Canada office in your area. They would also be familiar with conservation easements and should have information applicable to easements in the Quebec context.


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