Along with our rich natural resources, it’s the vibrant communities that make the Shenandoah Valley an exceptional place to live and visit. The small towns and cities, community hubs, and agricultural heritage contribute to the high quality of life that communities in the Shenandoah Valley enjoy.
Alliance for the Shenandoah Valley is committed to promoting economic development that is compatible with the unique resources of our region, such as agriculture and tourism, two pillars of our local economies.
Current Strong CommunitiesProjects
A mostly good session in Richmond for farmland protection and clean water
Several of the bills that we supported are on Governor Northam’s desk awaiting signature, and the budget ended up relatively strong for clean water and farmland protection programs, considering current fiscal constraints.
A Life of Service, A Legacy of Land
Hidden Springs Farm, operated by Walter and Joan Brown is not only a Virginia Century Farm, but is one of the last African American farms in Augusta County.
Page County Pop Up Food Hub & Small Business Support
One of many shining examples in the Valley of how communities came together and rose to the challenges of this year to connect people in need to local food growers and producers.