LTV’s Winter 2020 issue of Conservation News updates with a focus on gratitude for this land, and our shared ability to be able to continue to conserve it. We celebrate property owners, and note a few of our shared successes over this past year. There are also updates and news, including LTV’s 200th conservation easement.
Get a Jump Start on Protecting Your Land in 2021: An Introduction to Conservation Easements December 8, 2020 6:00 p.m.–7:30 p.m. Virtual Webinar hosted by member organizations of the Blue Ridge Conservation Alliance Do you own and love your land — whether it’s for agriculture, forest, wildlife viewing and habitat, water, or simply its open […]
MIDDLEBURG, VA, August 14, 2020 – “When folks ask my wife Annette, what her husband does for a living,” Gene adds, smiling, “she comments, he does odd jobs in the field of history.” And that job description suits Eugene M. Scheel (Gene) just fine. Gene is, in fact, the author of nine books on Virginia […]
We relish the fact that we can keep and protect our land which has not changed much since our forefathers began their lives here 270 years ago. Our land includes over 300 acres of woodlands which are home to a myriad of wildlife.