Mineral Remoteness Evaluations

RMEA has conducted numerous mineral remoteness evaluations for a variety of conservation organizations in the region. These studies are required when a land-owner who is donating a conservation easement on their property seeks a tax deduction for the donation, but the mineral estate has been split and the mineral rights are owned by another entity. The objective of a Mineral Remoteness Evaluation is to determine if the likelihood of future resource development (mining) is so remote as to be negligible, as defined by the Internal Revenue Service. A Mineral Remoteness Evaluation is required when a land-owner who is donating a conservation easement on their property seeks a tax deduction for the donation, but the mineral estate has been split and the mineral rights are owned by another entity. RMEA has conducted numerous mineral remoteness evaluations for a variety of conservation organizations in Idaho and Wyoming.

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Rocky Mountain Environmental Associates 482 Constitution Way,
Suite 303
Idaho Falls, Idaho 83402

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