Our mission is to safeguard land for all. It is not just a motto, it is the heart of our work.
Thanks to your support, Harford Land Trust has helped preserve over 13,000 acres of land in Harford County.
Among our preservation successes, Harford Land Trust has acquired and protected several properties that are some of Harford County’s most beloved public lands.
Answering the call of the falls, Harford Land Trust joined the community effort to protect Kilgore Falls.
In 2020, Harford Land Trust facilitated the purchase of the 347-acre Belle Vue Farm in partnership with Harford County, the State of Maryland, and Aberdeen Proving Ground.
In 2001, the Harford Land Trust protected 32 acres of woods, wetlands and waterfront surrounding Harford County’s Anita C. Leight Estuary Center.
In 1994, the Harford Land Trust’s fourth major project protected land around Deer Creek, expanding Palmer State Park.
In late December 2020, 905 acres of hardwood forest were permanently protected and added to Maryland’s Stoney Demonstration Forest in southern Harford County.
In 1991, Harford Land Trust protected 145 acres of undeveloped lake, tidal inlet, and woodlands near the Bush River to forever preserve the natural beauty of this area.
Harford County, the State of Maryland, and the Harford Land Trust purchased a 44-acre parcel adjoining Eden Mill Nature Center in Pylesville, Maryland in 2008.
Our Work Depends on You
Harford Land Trust can save more land in Harford County, Maryland, because of generous people like you.