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Conservation and historic easements in the County total approximately 14,700 acres.  Most of the easements are owned by the Virginia Outdoors Foundation.  The Fluvanna County Board of Supervisors created a county easement program whereby the county, as a juridiction, may hold and protect easements.  In 2007, Fluvanna County accepted the first easement under its conservation easement program.  As of 2013, the County has approved four conservation easements that total over nine hundred acres.

Other agencies that deal with conservation easements include the Thomas Jefferson Soil & Water Conservation District, the Virginia Department of Forestry, the Department of Historic Resources, the Department of Conservation and Recreation.  Each agency has a specific focus for the easements that it accepts, but all have the resources to properly advise interested parties.

 

For information regarding the County's conservation easement program, please contact the Department of Planning and Community Development at (434) 591-1910 or click here to email.

 

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    FLUVANNA COUNTY CONSERVATION EASEMENTS (Monitored Annually) 
OWNER NAME DISTRICTS TAX MAP PARCELS APPROVAL DATE ACREAGE
Zehler, John & Kathryne Cunningham 30(A)84 October 27, 2007
(Amended September 7, 2011)
123.781
Barber, William & Lynne Columbia 43(A)7 December 6, 2007 100.556
Palmyra Associates, LLC Fork Union 30(A)14 December 21, 2011 25.93
Central Meadows, LLC   Columbia

 22(A)7, 42, 43;

22(3)2, 3

September 18, 2013   665.86

 

List of Conservation Easements in Fluvanna County

Map of Conservation Easements in Fluvanna County