We are thankful for our partners! Working diligently with West Virginia Nature Conservancy, Potomac Conservancy, and a private land owner, we recently partnered to preserve one of the most rugged places in West Virginia – Cliff Canyon (775 acres in Pendleton County). River enthusiasts and kayakers may know this site by its other name, Moorefield Gorge.
Looking for something to do this weekend? Projects listed below are home to many species of wildlife, hiking trails, plenty of peace and quiet, and beautiful scenery. Grab your hiking boots and check out one of these special places!
A special place is more than land and water. A special place takes you to a time and to a memory, it brings you peace, and feels like “home.” A farmer’s special place may be his field, a wildlife watcher’s place is in the forest, a sportsman’s may be a remote stretch of woods, a hiker’s an entire expanse of mountains, and a child’s a field of green where he can run and play or a creek to explore.
Learn more about our protected special places.
Protecting land is something that everyone can do. Whether you’re interested in placing a conservation easement on your family’s land to protect it for future generations, saving a historic landscape, protecting land bordering our drinking water, turning an abandoned city parking lot into a park or garden, or just wanting to get outside and do some trail work, the West Virginia Land Trust has the resources to make things happen. There’s more than one way to protect West Virginia’s landscapes—share your ideas with us today!