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Land Protection - What's at Stake
From the pear orchards in the valley bottoms to the forests of the Siskiyou, Cascade, and Coastal mountain ranges, many of Southern Oregon’s finest lands are privately owned.
Recently, these lands have begun to exchange hands at an unprecedented rate.
Our enviable quality of life has brought an increase in growth to the Rogue Basin. Landowners, the primary stewards of our farm and forest land, are finding it increasingly difficult to maintain these natural resources for future generations. This makes conservation more important than ever.
For more than thirty years, the Southern Oregon Land Conservancy has offered options for individuals and families who wish to safeguard their land in perpetuity. By conserving land that contributes to the natural and rural landscape of our region, families can achieve their conservation goals and also benefit their community.
Working and natural lands protect our air and water, provide traditional livelihoods, and support wildlife habitat.
By protecting land today, we can make a positive difference in our region for today, tomorrow, and beyond.
Photo credit: Lee Webb