Land Trust of Virginia Receives Annual Award Honored by Scenic Virginia Middleburg, VA, Sept. 17, 2017 — The Land Trust of Virginia is the 2017 recipient of Scenic Virginia’s prestigious annual Scenic Vistas and Lands Preservation Award. LTV Board, Advisory Council and staff members were in attendance to accept the award at the Scenic […]
Land Trust of Virginia
The Land Trust of Virginia partners with private landowners who wish to voluntarily protect and preserve their working farmland or natural lands with significant scenic, historic, and ecological value for the benefit of our community using conservation easements.
Conservation easements protect open space, farms, forests, rivers, streams, battlefields, vistas and historic sites in perpetuity. When a landowner donates a conservation easement, they maintain ownership of their land; they can sell it or pass it on to heirs. The land remains on the county tax rolls. What changes is that the land itself is protected from development forever.
Founded nearly a quarter century ago, the Land Trust of Virginia is a thriving 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that relies upon the generous support of our community and landowners to fulfill our mission. We are a trusted conservation partner, recognized and accredited by the Land Trust Alliance as a land trust that meets “national standards for protecting natural places and working lands forever.”
Join us at the Barn at Silverbrook Farm for the “Art of Conservation” Works by Loudoun Sketch Club An exhibition of works by Loudoun Sketch Club of Virginia Properties in Easement with the Land Trust of Virginia 15286 Woodgrove Rd, Purcellville, VA October 29, 2017 12:00pm-5:00pm *dress for the weather Click on image to […]
Historic property features important ecological diversity MIDDLEBURG, Va., Sept. 6, 2017- In August, the Land Trust of Virginia recorded conservation easements that protect Meredyth Farm in The Plains, Va. Mrs. Jacqueline Mars, the property’s owner, is well known for her generous support of many local non-profit organizations that extends beyond financial contributions. She cares […]
Protecting open space for children’s education, a Garden Party recap, and the newest LTV family addition. Check out the scoop in the Summer Newsletter. The post 2017 Summer Newsletter appeared first on Land Trust of Virginia.
Kathi Ribaudo, a good friend of the Land Trust of Virginia, has passed away. At LTV, we all quickly learned that Kathi worked as hard for the causes she cared about as she did during her 26 years in the General Counsel’s office of the Interstate Commerce Commission. For 10 years, Kathi supported LTV […]
The Seventh Annual Joseph Miller Abstract Photography Exhibit will take place May 6 -29 at Stone Oak, a wonderful twenty-two acre nature preserve that is forever protected by a conservation easement. The exhibit will be open noon – 5:00 pm on Saturdays and Sundays, and on Monday, May 29, Memorial Day. The exhibit showcases […]