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  • South Fork Page Valley and Stony Man Mountain
  • Monocacy Aqueduct by Dorothy Camagna.
  • Kayaker at Great Falls by Emmy Truckenmiller.
  • Fall Foliage on Pimmit Run by Bill Prosser.
  • Cardinal by Kevin Mack.
  • Virginia Sunrise by Anthony Hathaway

Welcome to the Potomac Conservancy

Recently Added Projects in Potomac Conservancy

Heidig Easement
Added: Thu. May. 05, 2011

Richards Easement
Added: Fri. Mar. 11, 2011

Glass Easement
Added: Fri. Mar. 11, 2011

Miltenberger Farm Easement
Added: Fri. Mar. 11, 2011

Younker Easement
Added: Fri. Mar. 11, 2011

View 100 Most Recent Projects in Potomac Conservancy

About the Potomac Conservancy

Potomac Conservancy safeguards the lands and waters of the Potomac River and its tributaries and connects people to this national treasure.

As the Voice of the Nation’s River, the Conservancy’s primary focus is to restore water quality by advocating sound policy and promoting thoughtful land management. The Conservancy protects and restores Potomac landscapes by enhancing a network of rivers, forests, and natural areas. Because healthy lands and rivers reflect the quality of life in our communities, the Conservancy promotes enjoyment of the river in ways that foster a conservation ethic.

Potomac Conservancy was formed in 1993 by individuals concerned about inappropriate development and other activities that were negatively impacting the unspoiled character of the Potomac Gorge. Since then the Conservancy has been dedicated to protecting important lands throughout the watershed through conservation easements, sound land-use policies, and community engagement.

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Potomac Conservancy Statistics

  • Last Update: Thu. Nov. 15, 2012
  • Number of Projects: 62
  • Number of Project Sites: 89
  • Conservation Actions: 152
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What can you do from the
Conservancy portal?

Potomac Conservancy
Portal Contact

Aimee Weldon
Senior Director of Land Conservation

Potomac Conservancy
Voice: 301-608-1188 x207

What is a portal?

Conservation Registry users span the entire United States. To serve organizations that want data management tools at their fingertips, the Registry offers organizational portals. This dashboard view filters all data and functions to your projects. Browsing, searching or reporting—even additional data layers—can be customized to your specifications. To view your projects in context, the Registry home page is only a click away. for more information.