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Kim Hosen, leading conservationist in Prince William County

It is with great sadness that members of Prince William Conservation Alliance have announced the passing of Kim Hosen, the organization’s former executive director.

The long-time Lake Ridge resident showed strength and determination to the end—wrapping up her earthly duties in tandem with her beloved Bluebell Festival. The PWCA Family believes the blooms were so vibrant, and donations so generous this year, in honor of Kim. She stayed with us through the festival, and that’s a testament to her dedication to all things natural, educational, and PWCA.

As the defender of Prince William County’s natural places, green spaces, and especially the rural crescent, her legacy lives on through all of us. Her deep understanding of smart growth made it possible to elevate protecting special places, connecting people to nature, according to a statement from PWCA.

Please visit her newly installed plaque at Merrimac Farm Wildlife Management Area, to whisper thoughts, condolences, and hopes for conservationists that follow in her footsteps.

Memorial notes can be made to her sons Eli and Jake Hosen, courtesy of PWCA, 2239N Tacketts Mill Drive, Woodbridge, VA 22192.

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