Sometimes The Nature Conservancy purchases hundreds of acres even if only a small portion warrants protection. The Conservation Land Buyer Program makes the “extra” acreage available to conservation-minded individuals interested in acquiring property that buffers a biologically sensitive area from development, damaging agricultural practices, pollution and other pressures.
These properties are sold at fair market value with certain restrictions ensuring that they continue to maintain a certain degree of conservation status. Two primary legal documents ensure this land remains unchanged into perpetuity: deed restrictions, which are placed in the deed before the land is resold, and conservation easements.
Contact Dian Osbourne, (859) 259-9655 or firstname.lastname@example.org, to learn more about this program or specific properties for sale.
Conservation lands currently for sale in Kentucky include:
You can own 78 acres with more than 1,000 feet of Green River frontage.