The Camden County Land Trust, Incorporated is an all-volunteer nonprofit organization that works to preserve natural areas, scenic lands, and historic and archaeological sites in the Camden County area. The Land Trust works for the conservation of land for many reasons. Protecting lands along waterways preserves water quality and the natural integrity of our rivers and streams. Conservation of wildlife habitat provides for the continued abundance of our wildlife. Preservation of scenic areas and greenspace improves the quality of life for residents as well as attracting visitors to an area of natural beauty. Finally, protection of our historic and archaeological sites protects our rich cultural heritage to pass on to future generations.
Camden County Land Trust works for land conservation mostly by working with landowners. The landowners we work with are good stewards of their property and want future generations to be able to enjoy and appreciate the outdoor environment. They want to protect our rivers, our wildlife, and our cultural heritage- protections benefiting everyone. The primary means the Land Trust uses for land conservation is the conservation easement. Conservation easements are an important tool for land protection and we have devoted a page of our website explaining how they provide landowners with the assurance that their land will continue to be managed according to their wishes after they are gone, often providing the landowner with significant tax benefits in the process.
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Camden County Land Trust is not employed by or affiliated with the Land Conservation Assistance Network, and the Network does not certify or guarantee their services. The reader must perform their own due diligence and use their own judgment in the selection of any professional.
Contact Camden County Land Trust
308 Mush Bluff Trail
Saint Marys, Georgia 31558 Phone: