BETTERTON — The community was given the opportunity to explore the permanently preserved Leigh Family Farm Saturday, June 1 during the inaugural LANDJAM hosted by the Eastern Shore Land Conservancy. 

After being rained out twice last year, this year's event saw sunny skies and warm weather. Attendees could hike the property, enjoy locally made beers and wines, peruses vendors and listen to music by The High and Wides. 

The Leigh Family Farm sits on 85 acres of water front property outside of Betterton. It was put into a conversation easement in 2011, meaning the property will never be developed. 

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