You may not be in a position to donate property, but you can make a monetary donation to further the preservation and stewardship activities of Flanders Nature Center & Land Trust. Every dollar you contribute will go to Flanders’ Open Space Acquisition or Stewardship Fund to maintain existing Land Trust properties and acquire new land.
Open Space Land / Conservation Easements
The conservation and stewardship of land is a gift that never ends. Each situation is different, but all property owners considering land donations to a land trust share the ability to sustain the health and vitality of our communities for years to come.
Some of the options available to those considering a donation of open space to Flanders include an outright gift of land, a “bargain sale,” or the assignment of a conservation easement, among others. Each method of donation offers different tax and monetary advantages to the donor.
Flanders can help the prospective donor to navigate the trail to land conservation. The Land Trust Committee will work closely with you to make sure that your goals, as well as those of Flanders Land Trust, are met.
For more information, call Vincent LaFontan, 203-263-3711 x 13.
A gift of your time and talent is a vastly important contribution. Flanders relies on hundreds of dedicated volunteers who freely offer their exceptional abilities to Flanders’ land trust and stewardship activities. Some of the many, varied opportunities include serving on an advisory committee for land acquisition or stewardship, trail blazing and maintenance, monitoring and fund raising. Please call us at 203-263-3711 or click on the link below to join a very special group of people.
To volunteer, fill out your information below or download, print and fill out our volunteer form and mail to:
Flanders Nature Center & Land Trust
5 Church Hill Road
Woodbury, CT 06798