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Historic/Battlefields

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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Forests

Bucklew

There is an urgent need to protect land for flood resilience across Virginia’s Capital Region. A Richmond resident worked with CRLC to do just that.

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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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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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Forests

Liesfeld

Passionate about environmental stewardship, the Liesfelds set aside 3.036-acres of deciduous woods at their property along Richmond’s North Bank Trail.

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Scenic

Shiplock East

CRLC took one more step to protect “The View that Named Richmond” by placing a threatened 0.765-acre parcel below Libby Hill under a conservation easement.

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View overlooking the James River at the Cedar Crest easement
Farmland

Cedar Crest

Capital Region Land Conservancy recorded a conservation easement with a landowner on a 49-acre farm off Osborne Turnpike in Varina, protecting regional food security.

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Fields at Saxby Road easement
Forests

Saxby Road

An eastern Henrico County landowner recorded his third easement in the region on 72 acres of land in the Varina District of Henrico in January 2020.

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