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A Trappist Monk Legacy: The Story of the Huntsville Monastery Land Conservation Easement


A Trappist Monk Legacy: The Story of the Huntsville Monastery Land Conservation Easement

DATE: Friday, September 17 2021
TIME: 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
LOCATION: Virtual Event
COST: Free and open to the public
1 hour CLE (pending)
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A ULaw CLE webinar

TALK DESCRIPTION:

An hour-long program about unique Utah land with a compelling backstory now being put into a conservation easement. Michael Patrick O’Brien (Utah Law Class of 1986) will tell the lovely backstory of the old Trappist monk monastery in Huntsville, Utah. Kate Sattelmeier (Summit Land Conservancy, Utah State Bar 2001) then will talk about some of the legal issues involved in putting the monastery land under a conservation easement. Afterwards, Huntsville farmer/lawyer Marlin K. Jensen (Utah Law Class of 1970) will talk about his work with the Ogden Valley Land Trust to help raise money for the monastery land easement and the easement’s importance for land law issues in the Ogden Valley.

PANELISTS:

Michael O’Brien, Shareholder, Jones Waldo

Kate Sattelmeier, Summit Land Conservancy

Marlin K. Jensen, farmer/lawyer

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