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  • Green River Valley Land Trust- 2011 Newsletter
    to Donating Income Estate Tax Incentives Request More Info Completed Projects Top 10 Reasons Purchase Conservation Easements Conservation Easements Explained Steps to Selling Request More Info Completed Projects Conservation Buyer Program Submit a Listing Property Map Stewardship Stewardship Explained Donate to Legacy Fund Corridor Conservation Campaign Map Partners Public Education Press Links CONTACT View the 2014 Newsletter Sign up for our E Newsletter Want more info on the benefits of

    Original URL path: http://www.grvlandtrust.org/zine.shtml (2016-02-14)
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  • Green River Valley Land Trust - About Us - Advisors
    Tax Incentives Request More Info Completed Projects Top 10 Reasons Purchase Conservation Easements Conservation Easements Explained Steps to Selling Request More Info Completed Projects Conservation Buyer Program Submit a Listing Property Map Stewardship Stewardship Explained Donate to Legacy Fund Corridor Conservation Campaign Map Partners Public Education Press Links CONTACT ABOUT US Donor Profile Archive Devon Energy Corporation View the 2014 Newsletter Sign up for our E Newsletter Want more info

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  • Green River Valley Land Trust - About Us - Advisors
    the company has operations Devon invests in local initiatives that focus on environment emergency response youth and education and civic causes Devon s dedication to the Cowboy State is marked by generous financial and volunteer support year after year Devon strives to care for the environment while providing vital energy sources for Wyoming and the nation As part of our commitment to environmental stewardship Devon is pleased to support the Wyoming Land Trust Nature Camps program Our partnership underscores a shared desire for increased community awareness of the wealth of natural resources including oil and natural gas that make Wyoming unique Devon is confident that the emphasis the program places on striking a balance between the conservation and development of the state s natural resources is key to fostering the next generation of resource managers Devon s partnership with the Wyoming Land Trust is an example that development and conservation can exist in balance said Thom Holmes manager operations engineering Devon Energy Programs such as the Wyoming Land Trust Nature Camps demonstrate that whether the natural resource is energy agriculture wildlife or recreation we all share similar values when it comes to Wyoming s wild landscapes Wyoming s youth are

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