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This would mean not just protecting wilderness areas and national parks, but private land, farms of all sizes, and urban green spaces, using public-private partnerships and conservation easements.
WHY WE SHOULD BE TURNING FORMER MINES INTO TRAILSHEATHER HANSMANMAY 29, 2021OUTSIDE ONLINE
Whether a pipeline is removed or abandoned may come down to the terms of the easement—the agreement between a landowner and a pipeline company.
OIL AND GAS COMPANIES ARE MAKING OLD PIPELINES THE LANDOWNER’S PROBLEMKATE WHEELING/NEXUS MEDIAMARCH 10, 2021POPULAR SCIENCE
Some get permission from the state to keep existing seawalls through easements, wherein homeowners essentially pay the state to lease the public lands under the structures.
OFFICIALS LET HAWAII’S WATERFRONT HOMEOWNERS DAMAGE PUBLIC BEACHES AGAIN AND AGAINBY SOPHIE COCKE, HONOLULU STAR-ADVERTISERDECEMBER 31, 2020PROPUBLICA
After some initial resistance, the university agreed, granting an easement for its construction.
IN GLOVER PARK, AN OLD CATHOLIC CEMETERY GETS NEW LIFEJOHN KELLYDECEMBER 2, 2020WASHINGTON POST
It also argued that users of the easement were causing unspecified damages to the property.
IN MONTANA, STREAM ACCESS IS ON THE BALLOTWES SILEROCTOBER 16, 2020OUTSIDE ONLINE

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