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Who are you? A land trust volunteer? Farmer, rancher or private forest landowner? Local government planner or state or federal official? Natural resources manager? Foundation officer? Or just someone who loves the outdoors? Whatever drives your interest in natural places, LandScope America is for you!
On the pages below, read ideas for how you can put LandScope to use, tips for finding things and using the map viewer, and suggested content that is most relevant to your needs.
How You Can Use LandScope
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The input and feedback from land trusts and other partners has led the LandScope team to create the tools and resources you need to do your work better.
© Jack Looney (State and Local Governments Featured Image)
Government agencies invest several billion dollars each year in land conservation. LandScope America provides information that can increase the effectiveness of these investments.
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Most land in America is privately held, managed by farmers, ranchers and private timberland owners. LandScope America can help you understand the conservation value of your land and options for protecting it.