Shouldn’t there be regulations of some kind that require builders to save some number of trees? Why does every new subdivision seem to start with clear-cutting?
The laws surrounding clear-cutting trees are actually local ordinances that are often based on shared desires for particular community esthetics and environmental protection. The local guidelines often provide a clear description of the prohibition, exceptions to it, and penalty given any infractions. If a piece of land is sold to a town, it may be placed under a conservation easement – a legal document between a landowner and a land trust ( a private, nonprofit conservation organization) or government agency whose concerns over property’s conservation or agricultural values place permanent development limits. Such limits may entail clear-cutting restrictions, amongst others. Yet in cases where plots of land are purchased from the local land management agencies, clear-cutting may be allowed for building purposes.
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