Land Conservancy Month No. 1

“Passing along my land-conservation values is important for protecting the food supply for generations to come while offering a healthy activity for enjoying the outdoors. Both should have resonated with everyone over this past year. As my children become more mobile, going for a walk or hiking is a perfect family activity, especially under the current circumstances. Their awe and appreciation at a young age for the outdoors, especially when they see a beautiful sight is innate and can’t be taught. What can be taught is how we preserve the land and keep it that way to enjoy and ensure a safe and abundant food supply for generations to come.”—Katie Epstein

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