Donate Land

Donating land releases landowners from the responsibility of managing the land while providing significant income and estate tax benefits. When land has substantial value, it is difficult to pass it on intact to heirs. When a landowner dies, the heirs may find that the estate taxes, based on the land’s current fair market value, and levied at rates as high as 55% is more than they can pay.

More importantly, the land donor knows the land will be preserved as open space and enjoyed by those who also appreciate the outdoors. If you don’t have land to donate maybe you know of someone who does.

Land Donors automatically become lifetime members and receive recognition from the organization.

As a 501(c)3 non-profit corporation, the Sportsmen's National Land Trust can accept your charitable donation and give you the appropriate documentation for a tax deductible charitable contribution. Check with your tax advisor for specific advice on your particular situation.

Contact us to discuss land contributions or sales.

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