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Lincoln Institute of Land Policy

The Lincoln Institute of Land Policy is the leading resource for key issues concerning the use, regulation, and taxation of land. Providing high-quality education and research, the Lincoln Institute strives to improve public dialogue and decisions about land policy.

As a private operating foundation whose origins date to 1946, the Institute seeks to inform decision making through education, research, policy evaluation, demonstration projects, and the dissemination of information, policy analysis, and data through our publications, Web site, and other media.

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Recent News from Lincoln Institute of Land Policy

Grant helps Water Smart program
Foundation: Arizona Community Foundation, Lincoln Institute of Land Policy

Thanks to partial funding provided by the Arizona Community Foundation, the Babbitt Center and its partner, the Sonoran Institute, are able to...more

Democrat challenging Republican incumbent in Teton County Commission District 2 race
Foundation: Lincoln Institute of Land Policy

Through this experience I learned about management of non-profit organizations, including management of staff and public funds, from some of...more

Surdna Foundation Announces $3.16 Million in Grants
Foundation: Surdna Foundation, Lincoln Institute of Land Policy

During the period of October-December 2017, 20 grants totaling $3,160,000 were approved by the Surdna Foundation staff and board to further the Foundation's mission of fostering just and sustainable...more

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A Toronto-based organization, Youth Social Innovation (YSI), has recently announced two investments that involve Growth Mosaic and MENTORnetwork. The two companies will each receive a $10,000 loan.

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