Farmland Protection Board to add 120 acres to county program

by Kate Shunney County officials last week approved the purchase of a conservation easement on a 120-acre farm as part of the county’s Farmland Protection program. The easement, which prohibits the working farm from being developed for non-agricultural uses, will cost $216,000, said Farmland director Ginger Johnson. Once the easement purchase is finalized, Morgan County . . .