Become a Partner Landowner
Magnolia prides itself on working with landowners across the United States to develop conservation projects that fit within their plans for the land. As a private organization we cut through the red tape typical of most environmental programs and can provide an alternate revenue stream for landowners without major disturbance to their lives.
Enroll | How It Works
Partner landowners receive financial compensation on a per-acre basis for land enrolled in our conservation programs.
Evaluate Options: Magnolia representative determines what portion of a potential property may qualify in one of our programs.
Site Visit: Our team of experienced biologists will confirm the areas of a property that qualify for one of our conservation programs.
Conservation Easement Area: In consultation with the landowner, we work to develop the final conservation easement area that allows for full use of the property, and any future uses the landowner envisions.
Contract Submittal: Landowners receive a formal offer to enroll land into mitigation.
Project Approval: Magnolia takes care of all permitting.
Restoration & Maintenance: Our team of qualified restoration scientists work to improve certain environmental functions on the property, such as planting trees, and establish a once-yearly maintenance plan. Each restoration project is unique, and in some cases acreage is accepted into conservation as is.