Source: The Corydon Democrat

November 11, 2013 | 03:12 PM

The plan for the nature preserve takes the long-term costs into account. The land will continue to be farmed in perpetuity--forever--and the income from the farming will be put into a special fund that can only be used for the maintenance and upkeep of the preserve.

The annual income from renting the land to be farmed is well in excess of the maintenance costs. So much in excess, in fact, that someday that fund will have so much money in it that future politicians will be trying to figure out how to raid it. What a problem to have!