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

Project Overview

Project Location
Goochland County, VA
Property Size
278.5 Acres
Co-holder
James River Association
Project Type

The Three Easements of Goochland County

Comprised of three separate easements in a rural agricultural area of Goochland County, the contiguous Midway I, Midway II, and Satterfield properties contribute to the preservation of water quality in Lickinghole Creek and thus the James River and the scenic, rural character of Goochland County. Together these easements conserve over 270 acres, including the historic Midway Farm that consists of an 1800’s two-story frame dwelling, several log sheds, and a cemetery. The easements protect agricultural soils, mixed-hardwood and pine forest and floodplain, shoreline and wetlands along Big Lickinghole Creek.

Satterfield & Midway Easements Gallery

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