“Sam and Uta Brown’s property has been in Sam’s family since before the Revolutionary War. Their generous donation of a conservation easement protects more than just open space and precious farmland. They are saving a piece of our history and our culture.” – Chris Dematatis, LTV’s Chairman
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Natural Resources and Scenic Campus Forever Preserved The Land Trust of Virginia (LTV) has accepted a conservation easement on the campus of Miller School of Albemarle County, conserving the beautiful and historic 637-acre property. LTV...
The Land Trust of Virginia recently recorded an easement on Gilbert Farm, a historically significant 334 acre property in Culpeper County. Most of the Gilbert Farm is largely within the core area of the Civil...
Middleburg, VA- On August 22, 2016, The Land Trust of Virginia received a $10,000 gift from the Sharon D. Virts Foundation, based in Herndon, Va. The presentation of this grant was part of the Foundation’s...
A 297-acre property located in Rectortown, Northern Fauquier County, is now forever preserved through the donation of a conservation easement to the Land Trust of Virginia. The farm fronts on Atoka Road, a Virginia Byway,...
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