The Land Trust Accreditation Commission permits remote monitoring for properties four out of every five years. However, it can be difficult for land trusts to know where and how to begin exploring new tools and approaches to monitoring. This workshop aims to serve as both a primer to remote monitoring technologies and provide insight on how land trusts could leverage these tools in their workflows for easement and fee lands monitoring with case studies from the Southern Appalachian Highlands Conservancy, Ducks Unlimited, The Nature Conservancy California, Minnesota Land Trust and Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests. We’ll help answer questions like: What does remote monitoring mean and what are various options? How could this approach complement and enhance my monitoring requirements? What other aspects of my work could benefit from these technologies? How can this approach save money or free up staff time to work on other conservation strategies?