The mission of the Harford Land Trust is to protect tracts of agricultural and natural landscapes that provide significant benefits to the citizens of Harford County, Maryland.
From the Mason-Dixon Line to the Chesapeake Bay, and from the Gunpowder River to the Susquehanna, Harford County contains some of Maryland's loveliest and most varied countryside. Located right on the busy corridor between Baltimore and the major cities of the Northeast, it still has ecologically-vital tidal marshes, rolling uplands, clear streams, a viable and diverse agricultural economy, and valuable forests. Rare plants and animals still survive in the county, and the conservation ethic is well established among its residents.
However, because of its natural resources as well as its convenient location, Harford County continues to grow, and growth brings challenges to conservationists.
The Harford Land Trust is Harford County's first and only county-wide land trust. Organized in 1991 by local residents, it joins over 52 other land trusts protecting land throughout Maryland.
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Contact Harford Land Trust
3108 Harmony Church Rd.
PO Box 385
Churchville, Maryland 21028 Phone:
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