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Girl Scout's council sells more than 500 acres in Prince George's County

Goulston & Storrs attorneys Wendy White, Jennifer Bisgaier, and Derick Wallace represented the Girl Scout Council of the Nation’s Capital in the sale of approximately 540 acres of undeveloped land in Prince George’s County, Maryland, to the Maryland National Capital Park and Planning Commission. 

Proceeds from the sale will allow the Council to create an Outdoor Legacy Fund to expand outdoor program opportunities for future generations of Girl Scouts in the national capital area.

The deal represents one of the biggest — if not the biggest — single land acquisitions by the Maryland National Capital Park and Planning Commission for the purpose of conservation.

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'We are thrilled to launch the Outdoor Legacy Fund, a testament to our commitment to providing transformative outdoor education and experiences for Girl Scouts,' says Colleen Cibula, Acting CEO of Girl Scouts Nation’s Capital. 'The Fund will ensure that future generations of Girl Scouts can connect with nature, build leadership skills, confidence, and resilience, and develop a lifelong love for the outdoors.'"


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