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The Trust’s work has garnered both regional and national attention.  We encourage you to read more about what other organizations have to say about our efforts!

Saving Land Magazine spring issue – Land We Love – 2015

Bay Journal Review “Listening to the Land” – 2015

Conservation effort protects 918 acres – 2014

Houses won’t ever be built here – 2013

Stories from the Lost River Valley – 2013

New book underscores emotion behind land trust movement – 2013

Conservation group targets state’s Potomac headwaters region for protection as habitat for climate change transition – 2013

National Park Service cites Cacapon Voices project – 2011

Can the Bay Bank help save family farms? – 2011

How brook trout credits may support clean cows – Part 2 of Can the Bay Bank help save family farms? – 2011

Trust seeks national accreditation – date

A Sustainable Chesapeake: better models for conservation – 2010

Saving trees for the forest – 2009

Stories from the Lost River Valley

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WV National Public Radio – Houses Won’t Ever Be Built Here

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Trust Seeks National Accreditation

The Trust is pleased to announce our application for land trust accreditation. The land trust accreditation program recognizes land conservation organizations that meet national quality standards for protecting important natural places and working lands. Accredited land trusts uphold the public trust and ensure that conservation efforts are permanent. The Trust will be notified by the …

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Can the Bay Bank Help Save Family Farms?

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How Brook Trout Credits May Support Clean Cows

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Saving the Trees for the Forest

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