Before his death in 2013, Rick Corman and his family worked with the Bluegrass Conservancy to prevent their 1,200-acre Jessamine County farm from being developed. The farm includes a 65-acre natural area near the headwaters of Jessamine Creek.
Before his death in 2013, Rick Corman and his family worked with the Bluegrass Conservancy to prevent their 1,200-acre Jessamine County farm from being developed. The farm includes a 65-acre natural area near the headwaters of Jessamine Creek. Herald-Leader
Before his death in 2013, Rick Corman and his family worked with the Bluegrass Conservancy to prevent their 1,200-acre Jessamine County farm from being developed. The farm includes a 65-acre natural area near the headwaters of Jessamine Creek. Herald-Leader

Before his death, railroad magnate R.J. Corman saved his 1,200-acre farm from development

April 11, 2015 5:57 PM

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Tom Eblen

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Tom Eblen is a columnist for the Lexington Herald-Leader who writes about life, people and issues in Lexington and Kentucky. A Lexington native, Eblen was the Herald-Leader's managing editor from 1998 to 2008.