Royal Roseberry made arrangements with Richland County to place his property in a conservation easement. The land, which has been the Roseberry family home since the 1940s features a pristine pond and 50 acres of woodlands.
Royal Roseberry made arrangements with Richland County to place his property in a conservation easement. The land, which has been the Roseberry family home since the 1940s features a pristine pond and 50 acres of woodlands. Tracy Glantz Tracy Glantz/tglantz@thestate.co
Royal Roseberry made arrangements with Richland County to place his property in a conservation easement. The land, which has been the Roseberry family home since the 1940s features a pristine pond and 50 acres of woodlands. Tracy Glantz Tracy Glantz/tglantz@thestate.co

Monday letters: Conservation easements need to be promoted

March 21, 2016 04:52 AM

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