For over 25 years, West Virginia Land Trust has been working to conserve West Virginia’s special places. Since 1994, it has protected over 10,000 acres of land, created outdoor recreation opportunities, safeguarded our drinking water supplies, protected scenic views, preserved historic sites and family farms, and much more.
Its mission is to conserve special places that give our state its distinctive character. That means that it may consider scenic, wildlife, botanical, recreational, or historic conservation values when evaluating a project. The Land Trust works with landowners to determine the best conservation approach for each property.
So, to the West Virginia Land Trust we say Happy Birthday, and many more!