The Conservation Land Stewardship Program is a small agency that conducts stewardship, monitoring, and oversight of conservation properties which the State of New Hampshire has invested in. CLSP helps protect the state’s interest in conservation values held on 450+ client owned-properties comprising more than 100,000 acres.
CLSP principally works with a limited clientele including:
- State agencies to which state-held conservation easements are assigned.
- Private landowners, including NGOs, who own properties encumbered by State-held conservation easements.
- Municipal conservation commissions who own or hold Grantee interest in conservation properties acquired through the Land Conservation Investment Program (LCIP).