Managing State Trust Lands Fiduciary Duty in the Changing West
The State Trust Lands Project produces research reports, case studies and other materials to broaden the range of land use information and tools available to state-trust managers and diverse stakeholders for the long term, sustainable management of state trust lands.
e-news alert: Building Trust: A monthly e-alert that shares new and innovative trust-land management information and tools.
Trust Lands and Education Funding Reports This series of reports is organized into state specific information, with the goal of clarifying the role of state trust land revenues in meeting educational needs in various states.
State Trust Lands in the West: Fiduciary Duty in a Changing Landscape Highlights opportunities for adapting trust management strategies in the changing West that honor the unique purpose of state trust lands.
Building Trust: Collaborative Planning on State Trust Lands: Shares best practices and recommendations for collaborative trust land management decisions based on eight case studies.
Trust Lands in the American West: A Legal Overview and Policy Assessment Explores the complex historical and legal framework of state trust lands with in-depth explorations of trust land management in nine western states.
The Treasure of the Superstitions: Scenarios For the Future of Superstition Vistas Three scenarios offer new ways to think about the development of Superstition Vistas – a 275-square-mile parcel of state trust land on the eastern edge of the Phoenix metropolitan area – in addition to other Arizona trust lands statewide.
Growing Smarter at the Edge: A comprehensive case study of some of the best urban edge development practices in western master-planned communities.