Conservation easements can have many benefits, including environmental conservation, preservation of land for agricultural production, and last but not least, income or tax savings for landowners.  Landowners and buyers, however, should not make decisions regarding conservation easements without some due diligence and thorough consideration.  After all, most conservation easements are perpetual, and forever is a long time.  This new resource from The Kansas Farm Bureau Legal Foundation informs agricultural landowners about conservation easements and the issues a landowner or buyer should consider before entering into an arrangement involving a conservation easement.