Thanks for visiting us! You are the reason we are here, and this is why:
Campbell County, Kentucky, has an abundance of beautiful land close to a major city, Cincinnati. Much of it is still actively farmed.
We support that.
Other open land is owned by families who don't farm and whose total land area may, in the future, be developed without consideration for the needs of our future generations.
We do not support that.
A healthy community maintains a well-planned mix of residential, commercial, agricultural and open land that attracts responsible businesses, viable farming activity, quality housing, recreational areas, and room for naturally occurring plant, animal, bird, and aquatic populations to thrive.
We all want that!
The purpose of the Campbell Conservancy, founded in 2001 as a non-profit corporation, is to conserve green space and preserve land that has unique or significant natural, historical or scenic value in order to enhance quality of life for future generations. The Conservancy may preserve land intact as natural space or develop it for use, in whole or part, for residents of the county. The Conservancy also seeks to educate residents about the value of preserving land and works with other organizations with similar goals to ensure complimentary efforts and mutual assistance.