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This job can take a land acquisition specialist literally "out in the field," checking out land or water parcels the land trust is considering acquiring; it also can bring them to the negotiating table, where they will be sitting down with landowners hashing out a deal. Land trusts exist all over the country. Work with a large national organization might involve travel to help out the smaller land trust organizations. Hours, benefits, and other particulars will vary depending on the specific land trust and its resources.

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