Protecting the things that matter to people in the Shenandoah Valley is no small task. And Alliance for the Shenandoah Valley would never try to do it alone.
The South River Watershed Coalition is a newly formed community-driven nonprofit that evolved from the DuPont Science Team, which has spent decades addressing the mercury contamination of the river from the DuPont plant.
One of the challenges of farming is how difficult it can be to try new methods—even if they have been shown to lead to reduced costs, increased productivity or improved farm health.
We are eager to assist farmers in adopting new bird-friendly practices such as delayed spring haying and summer pasture stockpiling.
Stop by our new office in New Market to talk conservation in the Valley and vote for your favorite staff-made soup
It makes no sense to change an ordinance that is working and follows the comp plan to something that does not match the comp plan and might or might not match the pending citizen input regarding solar development within Augusta.
Join conservation advocates in the Valley to learn about legislative action anticipated in the 2024 General Assembly.
Join the discussion on how to make walking and biking better in Staunton, Augusta and Waynesboro.
It is important that Augusta County residents participate because the plan will guide decision-making when threats and opportunities arise.
Attendees will learn about solar installation options and how solar can fit and complement existing agricultural operations.
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