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.
If you’ve been considering solar, Solarize Shenandoah is a one-stop-shop to find out how you can incorporate solar on your property.
Here in the Shenandoah Valley, Earth Day is an opportunity to celebrate our rich soil, healthy forests, clean water and rural working lands.
The proposal adds a lane to southbound I-81 on the median side of the highway from mile marker 295 to 300 and connects to another project already in the works that extends the acceleration lane for vehicles entering southbound I-81 from westbound I-66.
Attendees will learn about solar installation options and how solar can fit and complement existing agricultural operations.
The Valley Treasure award seeks to recognize community members whose exceptional work, substantial contributions, service and commitment to conserving the natural resources, cultural heritage, and rural character of our region stands out.
Ask legislators to support the farming community by investing in programs that help farmers implement practices that benefit us all with cleaner water and richer soil.
Water fuels the economic engines of agriculture and manufacturing in the Valley, underpins recreational opportunities, and draws tourists from around the world.