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11,000 acres are protected in 2007

Tax benefits cited as huge incentive

By Peter J. Howe
Globe Staff / January 1, 2008

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The year 2007 will go down as a banner year for land conservation in Massachusetts, with over 11,000 acres around the state - an area equal to all of Quincy - permanently protected from development before a special federal tax break expired last night. (Full article: 361 words)

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