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Matt is determined to make his family farm a success, and placing a conservation easement on the property is an integral part of his effort.* * *Canada: I'm aware of several nonprofits/charities that own land for conservation in Canada, including the Bruce Trail Conservancy in Ontario, which aims to secure a 500-mile trail along the Niagara Escarpment, as well as the Land Conservancy in British Columbia.* * *New Mexico: Finally for today, a reader writes about complementary efforts in New Mexico, and about some of the complications of public and private partnerships for conservation.A double standard occurs when members of two or more groups are treated differently regarding the same thing, for instance, a dress code that allows men to wear shorts, but says that women can't.
We also partner with landowners like Matt Heldreth, a third-generation dairy farmer whose story we put on a short video as part of our 50th-anniversary commemoration last year.
They have saved and are saving some spectacular “oceanfront property” for the benefit of us all. The Virginia Outdoors Foundation [is] a state agency created by the Virginia General Assembly in 1966 to preserve the natural, scenic, historic, scientific, open-space, and recreational areas of the Commonwealth.
As in your other examples, VOF does own and manage some conserved land for public recreation and wildlife habitat, but this represents a relatively small part of the land we work to conserve.
Also, merely being Always Male or Always Female does not a sexist trope make, unless that trope has built-in sexism.
In fact, underhanded sexism (of the "frequently sexist in execution or delivery but not sexist in nature" variety; see below) is most prevalent in tropes that are in theory gender-neutral, but whose examples are in overwhelming majority male or female (where one draws the line may be a matter of opinion).