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NN Land Conservancy celebrates two decades of work to protect rural heritage

WARSAW—The Northern Neck Land Conservancy (NNLC) celebrates its 20th anniversary this year. It now protects nearly 7,500 acres in the Northern Neck and Essex County.

The NNLC board is focused on the future and proud to share recent and overall successes. Six new conservation easements were recorded in 2023 totaling 659 acres. 

In doing so, it is accomplishing its core goal for the region: to conserve “its lands, waters, economies and culture for future generations.” 

And while the NNLC board and backers are proud of their progress, including moving to a full-time staffed office in Warsaw, its leaders say their primary focus is how recent progress will lead to increasing land easements. 

“Our progress from 2004 to 2024 is wonderful, and I am excited about what can be done….

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