Land Trust of Virginialast updated: March 2017

The Land Trust of Virginia helps landowners to conserve their property by voluntarily limiting development while keeping the land open for forestry, farming, and recreation. In most cases, the property remains in private ownership with the peace of mind that it is protected now and forever.

More specifically, the Land Trust of Virginia:

  • Assists property owners who want to put their land into an easement 
  • Monitors land under easement to document its condition and inspect for violations 
  • Works with local communities to identify and preserve important resources 
  • Funds additional donor-supported initiatives that provide focused support to local and statewide preservation projects 
  • Joins with conservation organizations across Virginia to protect its rural landscape Working with our members and volunteers, state agencies and other conservation organizations, the Land Trust of Virginia preserves thousands of acres of Virginia's open spaces — forever.

The Land Trust of Virginia is chartered to hold easements in the Commonwealth of Virginia, and currently holds easements in Loudoun, Fauquier, Clarke, Rappahannock, Madison, Culpeper, King George, Stafford, Hanover, and Green Counties, and the City of Fredericksburg.

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Contact Land Trust of Virginia


Contact Land Trust of Virginia

Ashton Cole
Director of Conservation and Stewardship
P.O. Box 14
Middleburg, Virginia  20118
Phone: (540) 687-8441
Fax: (540) 687-4127


 

Service Area

Services provided in:
  • Albemarle County, Virginia
  • Clarke County, Virginia
  • Culpeper County, Virginia
  • Fauquier County, Virginia
  • Fredericksburg City County, Virginia
  • Greene County, Virginia
  • Hanover County, Virginia
  • King George County, Virginia
  • Loudoun County, Virginia
  • Madison County, Virginia
  • Rappahannock County, Virginia
  • Stafford County, Virginia


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