Between February and April, the Shenandoah Rail Trail Partnership held a series of ten community meetings in the towns of...
With the right local and state guidelines in place, we hope to see solar projects in the Shenandoah Valley that minimize negative impact and even benefit local communities.
When Fred Garber surveys the progress of the new solar installation on his family farm in Mount Jackson, he sees the future. And that gives the nearly 79-year-old a tiny bit of peace.
We applaud Shenandoah County for approving a solar ordinance that successfully balances protection of agricultural lands while allowing opportunity for new energy development.
A day of celebration, appreciation, and stewardship of our iconic landscapes, clean streams and rivers and vibrant communities.
The proposed ordinance includes many of the protective design standards for utility-scale solar development that the Alliance has advocated for
With a guarantee that there will never be subdivisions, supermarkets, or strip malls to service, replacing a rural roadway with a four lane highway becomes a poor investment.
The problem with extensive improvements, in addition to the hefty price tag, is the draw that improved roads have for development.
The Alliance agrees with and supports the resolutions recently adopted by Shenandoah County Board of Supervisors and the Strasburg Town Council opposing construction of Corridor H in Virginia.
“There appear to be no benefits to the citizens of Strasburg that would result from constructing a Corridor H Highway to connect with I-81 and/or I-66 near Strasburg, Virginia.”
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