Join conservation advocates in the Valley to learn about legislative action anticipated in the 2023 General Assembly.
Join us in Harrisonburg on December 1 for a conversation about how you use (or want to use) the outdoors – from neighborhood parks to the million-plus acre George Washington National Forest to the west.
Acompáñenos en Harrisonburg el 1 de diciembre para una conversación sobre cómo usa (o quiere usar) los espacios al aire libre – desde los parques del vecindario hasta el Bosque Nacional George Washington de más de un millón de acres al oeste.
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 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.
The Cumbia family have grown and adapted their management so that their farm operates in concert with the resources they steward on their property.
Last fall, Robert Hupman and four generations of his family celebrated a new conservation easement protecting their 432 acres of mountain land.
Here in the Shenandoah Valley, Earth Day is an opportunity to celebrate our rich soil, healthy forests, clean water and rural working lands.
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.