There will be a program on financial benefits of land conservation at the PPL Environmental Learning Center, Monday, Oct. 22 at 7 p.m. The program will inform people of how they can keep their land in the family, as well as, how to protect the land and water with additional information on how to receive financial and estate planning benefits. Sue Currier, the Delaware Highlands Conservancy Executive Director will discuss how conservation easements and agricultural easements are important tools for area residents. Local real estate attorney R. Anthony Waldron and financial advisor Richard Eckersley will be available to discuss the program’s topic and answer questions. The Pike County Scenic Rural Character Preservation Program is co-sponsoring the program. The PPL Environmental Learning Center is off Route 6 just east of the intersection of Routes 590 and 6 and next to Wallenpaupack Area High School. The program is free and open to the public, but registration is requested; call (570)226-3164, or e-mail to reserve your space.