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Review of Preservation 2000, Report No. 96-78, April 1997
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  • The individual parcels of land acquired with Preservation 2000 funding meet legislative criteria for their purchase; however, several factors have impeded the state's ability to determine the degree to which the program is achieving state goals.
  • State agencies are beginning to use strategies such as disposing of unneeded lands and less-than-fee-simple acquisition techniques to maximize the use of Preservation 2000 resources.
  • Although policymakers have expressed concerns that the costs of managing Preservation 2000 land acquisitions may exceed available resources, land management agencies have not yet fully estimated these costs.

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