Conservation Law Center

Since 2005, we have helped more than 80 conservation organizations on more than 300 matters.

We focus on the following areas:

  • Freshwater Ecosystems
  • Habitat Protection & Conservation Easements
  • Threatened & Endangered Species
  • Public Trust Doctrine
  • Nonprofit Governance

The support we’ve provided has enabled the conservation of at least 10,000 acres of sensitive habitat.

In addition its transactional work, Conservation Law Center has been working to improve conservation law through in high profile litigation, national legislative changes, and statewide public policy changes.

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Christian Freitag
116 South Indiana Ave
Suite 4
Bloomington, Indiana  47408
Phone: (812) 856-0229
Cell Phone: (812) 855-4230


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In Defense of Conservation Easements - A Response to the End of Perpetuity

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