Managing Your Land
Big Cobbler Mountain

April 2, 2015

There are a wide variety land management and land conservation programs available to farmer and forest landowners in Virginia. It can often be overwhelming trying to learn which programs and funding sources might work best for you and your particular property. In order to help landowners sort through these programs, a variety of state agencies and private organizations are partnering to offer a free 2-hour presentation in the Virginia Piedmont.

During this workshop, attendees will hear from the Soil and Water Conservation District about their 100% cost share program for livestock fencing, the Virginia Department of Forestry on their assistance with Forest Stewardship Plan and sources of conservation funding through the Tomorrow Woods program, and the Virginia Outdoors Foundation will talk about their conservation easement program. In addition, the USDA's Natural Resource Conservation Service will provide an overview of local habitat restoration efforts and present options for making them affordable on your property.


Central Piedmont
Thursday, April 2nd
6:00pm - 8:00pm
Greene Hills Club, Stanardsville
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This workshop is free with registration and includes dinner. In order to attend, please sign up by March 27th.


Conservation Questions?

Our Land Conservation Staff work throughout the Piedmont.

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Free Easement Packet

Important information about conservation easements -- including a sample PEC Easement and guidelines on how to proceed with donating a easement.

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