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Deep Bottom - James river front
Historic/Battlefields

Deep Bottom I & II

The 350-acre conservation area on the James River will soon open for hiking, birding, and camping, and host a future environmental education center.

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Field of yellow flowers with pine trees and blue sky in background
Farmland

Godsey Properties

CRLC worked with Henricopolis Soil and Water Conservation District to protect 124.3 acres of farmland in Henrico, and the livelihoods that depend on this land.

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Fern blanketed woodland at Long Bridge Road
Forests

Long Bridge Road

CRLC purchased this 38.5-acre tract on Long Bridge Road in March 2020. The property lies within CRLC’s Conservation Vision Map and the ConserveVirginia model.

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Farmland

Westerham

300 years later, Westerham House is largely unchanged. Unless you count the herd of llamas that calls it home and a conservation easement covering 96-acres.

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Farmland

Malvern Hill Farm

On February 1, 2018 the Capital Region Land Conservancy (CRLC) completed its acquisition of the 871-acre Malvern Hill Farm for $6.56 million.

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Harris Easement on the James River
Farmland

Norwood

For Connie Harriss, protecting her 230 year old home “Norwood” was her duty. The 145-acre property encompasses 112 acres of prime farmland on the James River.

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Farmland

Midway & Satterfield

Three adjacent easements in rural Goochland County form a contiguous conservation area of over 270 acres, protecting water quality along the James River.

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