Starting the evening with time to view a special local artisan exhibition "Shenandoah County's Rural Heritage and Landscape through Photography and Artwork", more
than 90 people atttended the Forum's dinner and workshop on local
benefits of land protection. Dinner was provided by local farms, Swover Creek Farms and Country Rhodes Farm followed by ice cream from speaker Ken Smith's Moo-Thru Dairy and locally roasted coffee from Cabin Creek Roasters.
Speakers included Commissioner Matt Lohr, Mike Kane from Piedmont Environmental Council, George Ohrstrom from Clark County with Ken Smith from Moo-Thru Dairy in Remington.4/12/13 NVD:Land Conservation Efforts Touted, Lauded
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