The Howard County Conservancy is a local, non-profit environmental education center and land trust. The Conservancy was founded by a group of local citizens in 1990 to help preserve the natural environment, agricultural farmland, and unique historic sites in Howard County. Headquartered at the 300 year old, 232-acre Mt. Pleasant Farm in Woodstock, Maryland, the Conservancy offers dozens of year-round educational programs for adults and children, hosts special events, provides numerous volunteer opportunities and educates Howard County residents about land conservation. The Conservancy protects land by acquiring it through gift or by obtaining a conservation easement.
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Contact Howard County Conservancy
PO Box 175
10521 Old Frederick Road
Woodstock, Maryland 21163-0175 Phone:
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