IPR: When Conservation Pays

By Taylor on January 9, 2013 in Blog

Lindsey Price and her father Bob Price in Burwell, Nebraska. Photo from Iowa Public Radio

At the Iowa Natural Heritage Foundation we work with landowners of all kinds across the state to establish conservation easements and permanently protect Iowa’s land and resources for generations to come.

Recently, Iowa Public Radio published an article, “When Conservation Pays,” about one family’s unique story that helped establish the largest conservation easement in Nebraska’s history.

“I was so excited to hear about this opportunity,” Lindsey Price, a fourth generation Nebraska rancher, said. “I thought probably everybody would want to be doing this.”

Want to learn more about conservation easements? Check out the INHF website.