Perhaps the post on the Farm Choice Facebook page five years ago when the store went solar best summed it all up: “We have a new crop. We are harvesting solar energy.”
How can one protect a viewshed, not only for today and tomorrow, but forever? Enter the land protection tool known as the conservation easement.
This year, we honored the late John Adamson with our first North Star recognition. In his words: Anything is possible with patience, politeness and persistence.
We are excited to honor Lynn Cameron’s work to preserve and protect Shenandoah Mountain in the George Washington National Forest.
We are the first stewards of the water that travels from our springs into our streams, through our fields and towns and eventually into the Chesapeake Bay.
If you’ve been considering solar, Solarize Shenandoah is a one-stop-shop to find out how you can incorporate solar on your property.
Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) is hosting a public meeting on Tuesday, May 24 to discuss and accept comments on the design for the widening of I-81 through Staunton.
The scenic area designation creates a special area within the larger national forest where the forests, vistas, and drinking water supplies would be preserved, while logging and industrial development such as gas drilling and pipelines would be prohibited.
Here in the Shenandoah Valley, Earth Day is an opportunity to celebrate our rich soil, healthy forests, clean water and rural working lands.
Attendees will learn about solar installation options and how solar can fit and complement existing agricultural operations.