The Marin Agricultural Land Trust is facing increasing public scrutiny for purchasing conservation easements from board members. 

The allegation that MALT has violated multiple conflict-of-interest laws and overvalued easements for the benefit of board members was brought before three legal bodies in September by whistleblower Kenneth Slayen. Subsequently, a North Bay Bohemian/Pacific Sun . . .

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