(Left to right) County Executive Calvin Ball, Father John Vass, Meg Boyd, Conservancy board member Janssen Evelyn, and Vic Marinich, parish council president, at the press conference celebrating the conservation of the Holy Trinity Russian Orthodox Church’s property.

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Last month, the Conservancy passed the milestone of 2,000 acres of Howard County land set aside for conservation. Holy Trinity Russian Orthodox Church and the county partnered with us to preserve 62 beautiful acres in Elkridge. The church joined the purchased easement program, a ground-breaking project that allows nonprofits to put their land in environmental conservation. “What a fitting way to reach this milestone with such an environmentally significant easement and a wonderful partnership with the faith community,” said Meg Boyd, Conservancy executive director.

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