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Conservation Development uses limited residential development to preserve the character and use of rural landscapes in perpetuity. Conservation Development has been described as a "three legged stool." Each leg of the stool represents a different activity and constituency which bear an equal amount of weight.

1. Farming – agricultural work and land management activities.
2. Environmental – guided by the work of Audubon International.
3. Development – home ownership and residency on a working farm.

These three interdependent legs of the stool support a development that is endearing, enduring and replicable.
Over the few years, some one hundred families will make their home here. Attracted to living in harmony with productive land and creating a community committed to the active application of environmentally responsible principles, these families will not be merely homeowners, but stewards of the land.

More information on Conservation Development at Bundoran Farm
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