The Manor Conservancy has just accepted an easement on a 122-acre property in Harford County. Mostly agricultural, the property includes more than 90 acres of prime and productive soils and more than 6000 feet of streams in the Deer Creek watershed.
The owners are committed preservationists who have preserved other properties they own. "We feel lucky that our children want to farm the property. Now their children will be able to, too, if they want." A major reason to preserve land is to leave a legacy for future generations. It's wonderful to know this easement benefits not just the grantors' family but the entire community as well.