Northern Neck Land Conservancy

The Northern Neck Land Conservancy is a small non-profit land trust on the Northern Neck of Virginia, a peninsula located between the Potomac and Rappahannock Rivers and bordering the Chesapeake Bay. Water surrounds our area and in order to keep it bountiful and safe for fishing, crabbing, swimming and drinking, we need a clean environment with protected stream banks, expansive woodlands, attentive farming and citizens who choose to safeguard the environment from pollutants. We help landowners who want to voluntarily protect their lands with permanent conservation easements to ensure that their property sustains the rural character of the Northern Neck and maintains a healthy environment for future generations.

The Northern Neck Land Conservancy has four working goals:

  • Conserving open space on the Northern Neck, thereby protecting the Chesapeake Bay and its watersheds,
  • Preserving the Northern Neck’s unique historical sites and its rural heritage and
  • Encouraging responsible stewardship of the Northern Neck’s rich biological bounty and natural beauty by residents and visitors.
  • Maintaining an effective organization to ensure mission success.

Accreditation seal

Contact Northern Neck Land Conservancy

Bobbie Burton
Land Conservation Specialist
8327 Mary Ball Rd
PO Box 125
Lancaster, Virginia  22503
Phone: 804.462.0979
Fax: 804.462.5232


Service Area

Services provided in:
  • King George County, Virginia
  • Lancaster County, Virginia
  • Northumberland County, Virginia
  • Richmond County, Virginia
  • Westmoreland County, Virginia

To request additions or corrections to this entry email the Administrator