Lands End Woodland focuses on maintaining and utilizing property purchased in the 1920's as intended by the original founders. These families wanted a place for recreational activities, to fish and hunt, to have access to firewood, and to provide family burial grounds. With the influx of development into the area, the impact of increased property taxes and other encroachments, the organization is determined to honor the ancestors by protecting this property for posterity.
Land retention in the African American community is an important priority. An organization such as the Lands End Woodland focuses on activities that enhance and maximize utilization of the existing property. The goal is to establish long term plans so that future generations will be educated about the history of the property and to work to preserve the heritage of the forefathers.
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