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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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Farmland

Pit Conservancy

The protection of 171 acres of forested wetlands on the scenic Chickahominy River in 2017 furthered Chesapeake Bay watershed and farmland protections.

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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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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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Nature Preserve

Pearl Fishers

Five years after development threatened a wooded patch of land skirting Bryan Park, community members ensured the park buffer would be protected forever.

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Trees and shrubs by the road above the James River
Scenic

Romer and Cleal

For 25 years, Mark & Donna Romer and Dorothy Cleal agreed that they would not develop their adjoining properties. In November 2016, they made it official.

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Farmland

Lipford

For nearly a decade, 4th-generation Varina landowner Virginia Lipford sought help protecting her nearly 10-acre family farm. In 2014, that dream came true.

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Forests

Tucker

In 2011, Ms. Tucker was determined to protect her 70-acres. Ever since, CRLC has protected Tucker’s land with that same determination under a co-held easement.

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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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