Adams County Agricultural Land Preservation Board

The Adams County Agricultural Land Preservation Board (Board) was established by the Adams County Board of Commissioners on January 10, 1990. The purpose of the Board is to administer the Agricultural Conservation Easement Program for Adams County.

Money for this program is allocated from both the county and the state, with some monies from the federal level. At the current level of funding, the Adams County Program is capable of preserving approximately 800 acres of farmland each year. 

Mission

Read the Board's Mission Statement

Meetings:
7:30 PM, 1st Wednesday of the Month (please call to
confirm)
 
Agricultural & Natural
Resources Center
 
670 Old Harrisburg Rd​
Gettysburg, PA 17325
​Members:
 
Timothy Brown,
Chairman
 
Jack Freet,
Vice-Chairman
 
Thomas Clowney,
Farmer Member
 
Robert Crouthamel,
Contractor Member
 
Eddie Diveley,
Farmer Member 
 

Deborah Kammerer,
Citizen Member

Wayne Smith,
Citizen Member
 
George Taughinbaugh,
Citizen Member

Craig Yingling,
Farmer Member

 

Program