PARIS, Va. — A Fauquier County farmer is accusing an environmental group of trampling her livelihood.
“Our freedoms, property rights and economic liberty are at risk every moment of every day,” said Martha Boneta, who has been wrangling with the Piedmont Environmental Council for eight years.
The dispute centers on a “conservation easement” that covers Boneta’s 64-acre Paris farm.
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