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Book Review: The Business of Open Space: What’s Next (Stephen J. Small)

This is the latest in the Preserving Family Lands series of Boston-based tax attorney Stephen J. Small.  Before going into private practice, Small was an attorney-advisor I the Office of Chief Counsel of the IRS in Washington D.C., where he wrote the federal income tax regulations on conservation easements.

“What’s Next” is geared to land conservation professionals, and is a written in a comfortable style that is the next best thing to having a long lunch or drinks with land conservation icon Steve Small.  Small thinks big and is itching for the next bold leap forward in saving land.  In the book, Steve does not do all of the talking – he touches on provocative ideas and invites the reader to weigh in and participate in the next innovations of the business of open space.

 

 

 

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