QEII National Trust helps private landowners in New Zealand protect significant natural and cultural features on their land with open space covenants.
"Open space" means any area of land or body of water that serves to preserve or to facilitate the preservation of any landscapte of aesthetic, cultural, recreational, scenic, scientific or social interest or value.
Open space covenants help safeguard forever special features like landscapes, forest remnants, wetlands, lakes, threatened species habitats, geological features and cultural heritage sites.
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