A land agent's role is to serve as the primary point of contact for landowners along the proposed DAPL route. If you are a property owner that may be involved in the project, your land agent will meet with you throughout the project, share ongoing project information and timelines, and answer any questions you may have. They will also raise any concerns, comments or suggestions you have to appropriate members of the Dakota Access Pipeline Project Team to make sure that your voice is heard and questions answered.
Land agents may also coordinate with landowners for survey permissions and ultimately easement agreements (i.e. a grant of easement) that meet landowners' individual needs.