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Conservation easements are primarily used to protect clean water resources, including stormwater ponds and water infiltration areas. They also provide a waterfowl habitat and prevent waterfowl from entering your lawn.
The areas are primarily owned by the underlying property owner, however, conservation easements restrict real estate development, commercial and industrial uses, and certain other activities.