Richland County has a double legacy when it comes to the land it occupies.
The name “Richland” itself was given in testament to the natural resources of this part of Ohio. From north to south, the county boasts an extraordinary variety of terrain and ecosystems.
Another strong focus on the land comes from being the home of noted author and agriculturalist Louis Bromfield. The scion of Malabar Farm was focused on maximing the possibilities of natural farming.
Private property owners can help keep these legacies alive through the sale of a conservation easement through the Agriculatural Conservation Easement Program (ACEP). More…