JK Moving owner, Land Trust of Virginia place Loudoun farmland in conservation easement

InsideNova (August 30, 2021) – Land Trust of Virginia recently announced that Airmont Meadows Court, a 78-acre property along Snickersville Turnpike in Bluemont, has been placed into permanent conservation easement.

The easement is possible “due to the generosity of property owner, Chuck Kuhn,” the trust said in a news release. The Kuhn family owns JK Moving.

Originally subdivided into 24 lots with plans for a public road, Airmont Meadows Court will now be erased from the plans before Loudoun County and never see more than one primary and one secondary residence, the release said.

“This is the fourth conservation easement we have completed with the Kuhn family and we are just thrilled to continue working together,” said Sally Price, executive director of Land Trust of Virginia. “This property is contiguous with another property in easement with LTV and within one mile, there are 11 additional conserved properties. Creating these large pockets of conservation is a central goal of our work and we consider this a big win.”

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