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James River Center

Environmental Education will have a new home in Richmond at the future JRA River Center at Dock Street, on land protected by a CRLC conservation easement.

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Dock Street Panorama with James River in the background
Public Access

Dock Street

This exciting land acquisition will create one contiguous publicly accessible riverfront space and allow for the completion of the Virginia Capital Trail.

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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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Stream at Warwick Road
Forests

Warwick Road

This conservation easement will provide the community with a potential public park, trails, a greenway with shared-use paths, and a natural area for students.

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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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Boardwalk path through forested wetland
Nature Preserve

Rivers Bend

Where River’s Bend Golf Course once operated until 2015 now is a natural area protected under a conservation easement by Capital Region Land Conservancy.

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Garder snake in tree
Forests

Atkins Acres

Through a gift of her 100-acre forested estate to Chesterfield County in 2011, Anna Atkins left a legacy of conservation for generations to enjoy.

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Nature Preserve

James River Park

The James River Park System easement was a level-up for CRLC. In 2009, CRLC worked with the City of Richmond Parks to record a conservation easement protecting the James River Park.

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