Ag Conservation Easements

An Agricultural Conservation Easement (ACE) is a vital legal tool used to protect farmland from development and preserve it for agricultural use. This type of easement is a binding agreement between the property owner and an easement holder, such as a land trust or government agency. By entering into this agreement, the property owner voluntarily restricts certain types of development and land use on their property to ensure it remains dedicated to agricultural production.

Survey Plan Requirements: To formalize an Agricultural Conservation Easement, a detailed survey plan is essential. This plan must clearly delineate the easement area and outline all applicable requirements and restrictions.

Key components of the survey plan include:

Boundaries: Precise mapping of the easement boundaries to avoid any future disputes or misunderstandings.

Land Features: Documentation of significant land features, such as waterways, existing structures, and natural resources.

If you are considering an Agricultural Conservation Easement or need a survey plan for an existing easement, Shaw Surveying is here to help. Our team of experts can provide the necessary services to ensure your easement is accurately documented and legally sound.

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Protect your farmland for future generations with an Agricultural Conservation Easement. Let Shaw Surveying guide you through the process with expertise and precision.

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