Your local land trust.

The Capital Region Land Conservancy is Central Virginia’s only land trust dedicated solely to serving the City of Richmond and Chesterfield, Henrico, Hanover, Goochland, Powhatan, New Kent, and Charles City counties. Our mission is to conserve and protect the natural and historic land and water resources of Virginia’s Capital Region for the benefit of current and future generations.


We live in an extraordinary place, unparalleled for its history and remarkably diverse natural resources, where the rolling hills of Virginia’s Piedmont give way to the Coastal Plain. Here in the watersheds of the James and York Rivers, where Native American tribes had already thrived for thousands of years, our nation took hold. While mapping Virginia in 1612, Captain John Smith declared “heaven and earth never agreed better to frame a more perfect place for man’s habitation.” 400 years later, one million people call the Capital Region home.


Today, prosperity brings new challenges. The counties surrounding the City of Richmond have been developing land at a rapid rate and this growth is often fragmented. Tree cover is in decline. Water quality is imperiled by new and diffuse sources of pollution not traditionally regulated under the Clean Water Act. Our forests, wetlands, farms, and wildlife are our greatest resources and provide us with quality of life and economic benefits that we don’t always appreciate until it’s too late. At the Capital Region Land Conservancy (CRLC), we believe that our future depends upon taking care of what makes the heart of Virginia so special. By balancing growth in our communities with conservation of our natural environment, we can ensure that the places we love will be enjoyed by the generations that follow in our footsteps.


In its first nine years, CRLC facilitated the conservation of over 6,500 acres of land, including over 34 miles of stream and river frontage. Protecting land in our region helps ensure safe drinking water, locally grown food, preservation of our historic resources and habitat for wildlife.

CRLC Charity Day at Estilo July 21


Estilo Restaurant

7021 Three Chopt Road, Richmond


On Monday, July 21st, Estilo Restaurant will be donating 10% of food sales all day to CRLC - take-out included! Join us and enjoy a delicious Latin American meal while helping to save the land you love. No need to bring any special flyers, just stop by Estilo next Monday! More on their delicious menu and beautiful restaurant at


Program Pricing Now to July 31!

SolarizeRVA is a program of the Richmond Region Energy Alliance (RREA), a local community service nonprofit. By working together as a community, we're making solar easier and more affordable than ever.

SolarizeRVA begins by scheduling a free assessment at to determine if the home is a good candidate for solar.


And for every CRLC member who signs a contract on a solar system with one of SolarizeRVA’s two pre-qualified contractors by July 31, 2014 and mentions CRLC, RREA will donate $100 to CRLC!

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Want to support Richmond's only regional land trust?

Visit Give Richmond to learn more about CRLC, review our financial and other information, and contribute to our work online.

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