Georgia’s conservation tax credit is a powerful tool for protecting our state’s most precious resources. The Georgia conservation community is committed to maintaining the best practices and the highest standards to provide the greatest opportunity to earn and transfer credits. This is important because lack of high program standards has led to instances where credits have not been transferable in other states.
In order to avoid such problems here, Strugar Conservation Services, together with a number of Georgia’s land trust organizations, have taken a leadership role in establishing the Georgia Cooperative Credit Sale Program.
The Program is a joint-effort among Georgia’s land trusts and highly experienced land conservation and tax-credit professionals: Strugar Conservation Services (SCS).
The land trusts and SCS work together in a seamless relationship to provide the highest level of education and technical support to easement donors wishing to earn and transfer their credits. The Program provides a safe, reliable and responsible mechanism for selling credits in a manner approved by prominent Georgia land trusts.