If you have property that you are interested in protecting, we would love to hear from you. We will need to know the specific plots of land you are interested in conserving and your goals for conserving your property. You can call our office at 509.649.2954 or send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
KCT has a lot of experience and we are here to help you. We will guide you through the process and help you determine what conservation options are best for you. Working together we will try to meet your goals while protecting your property to the fullest extent possible.
Yes. Donated lands and conservation easements can provide landowners with a variety of tax benefits, including income, estate or gift tax savings. For example, a landowner may qualify for a federal charitable income tax deduction. The value of the tax deduction is determined by the value of the conservation easement – the value of the
There is a whole suite of tools available for landowners to protect their lands. They include: Conservation easements – a legal agreement between a property owner and a qualified organization that restricts future activities on the land to protect its conservation values to Fee title acquisition – donation or sale of property to another entity
KCT is involved with conserving land in the upper Yakima River Basin in Kittitas County. This entails the upper Yakima River and tributaries from the top of Snoqualmie Pass to the Roza Dam. We focus on conservation of lands with critical fish and wildlife habitat. You can see the project area we work in to