Yes. Farmland easement agreements can be completed through a bequest. You can name an organization, like the Ontario Farmland Trust, in your will to be the easement holder. Before naming them in your will, it is important, however, to contact the land trust and inform them of your intention to protect your land with them. This allows you to work with the land trust in advance to draft up an easement agreement that will identify the specific lands and property features that you want to conserve and guarantee their protection. It is always most desirable to work upfront to complete an easement, or at least confirm conservation goals and conditions of an easement, before death. Completing an easement as part of a bequest may enable certain tax advantages that benefit your estate, heirs and successors.