Getting the Valley’s unique places listed is key for our region to leverage funds that can preserve, protect, and promote.
“There is a huge amount of history here,” said Wayne Chatfield-Taylor, a landowner in the Rockland Historic District. “Morgan’s Ford is an ancient river crossing and that is why it is so important.”
No matter the season, there is always something to delight when traveling on either Highway 211 or 340.
With no section of the North Fork of the Shenandoah River currently in the Virginia Scenic Rivers System, designation of this segment would be a first.
It took two years of work, but 6.5 miles of the South River in Waynesboro have earned recognition as a Virginia Scenic River.
The NSA designation will officially communicate to decision-makers that we want the things we cherish about Shenandoah Mountain sustained for generations and protected from threats to the clean air, water and habitat it provides.
Several of the bills that we supported are on Governor Northam’s desk awaiting signature, and the budget ended up relatively strong for clean water and farmland protection programs, considering current fiscal constraints.
Hidden Springs Farm, operated by Walter and Joan Brown is not only a Virginia Century Farm, but is one of the last African American farms in Augusta County.
One of many shining examples in the Valley of how communities came together and rose to the challenges of this year to connect people in need to local food growers and producers.
Page County has long promised to install audio and visual equipment in order to record government meetings. We were excited when...
There are no upcoming events at this time.