William S. D. Woods Natural Heritage Area

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The William S. D. Woods Natural Heritage Area consists of over 400 acres of wooded land south of Charlottesville in Albemarle County. The property was donated to the land by Montgomery "Bird" Woods and Jose Lambert in 2014 and named after Woods' father. The land will become part of the county's parks system, but will not be programmed for many years. Two volunteer organizations will steward the property in the meantime. [1]

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  1. Web. Albemarle accepts 410 acres donated for natural preserve, Sean Tubbs, Charlottesville Tomorrow, December 3, 2013, retrieved September 9, 2014.