Adam Boyer

As residents of Adams County, we are fortunate to have easy access to the great outdoors; scenic views, open farm fields, and creeks meandering through shady woods are all at our disposal. The Land Conservancy of Adams County takes great pride in having preserved over 11,000 acres of these pristine areas since 1996. However, did you know that preservation of a property is only the start of the process?

After a property is preserved by the land conservancy through the placement of a conservation easement, the land conservancy accepts the responsibility to ensure that the property’s conservation values are protected in perpetuity. One way we ensure that these timeless qualities are maintained is through annual monitoring visits.

Adam Boyer is a member of the Land Conservancy of Adams County Board of Directors.

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