Water fuels the economic engines of agriculture and manufacturing in the Valley, underpins recreational opportunities, and draws tourists from around the world.
This summer, more than 60 area producers joined Shenandoah Valley Conservation Collaborative (SVCC) partners to tour two local farms.
The process is underway to develop a community-vetted vision for the North Fork of the Shenandoah River that connects all Shenandoah County residents.
Residents know their county the best, so if you live in Page County, stay tuned to give your input on the county’s zoning and subdivision ordinance review and update.
Carefully sited utility solar development that protects the land and water during construction, operation, and after decommissioning can be a win-win for everyone.
The Rockingham County Board of Supervisors is now considering a new solar ordinance and policy for utility solar energy facilities.
In addition to all the expected community benefits the trail will offer, Shenandoah Valley communities also stand to benefit economically.
Although it has been more than a year since the plug was pulled on the disastrous ACP, much work remains in order to make the communities along the route whole again.
The Shenandoah Valley Soil and Water Conservation District recognizes Chris’ passion and commitment to promote, protect and preserve our precious natural resources.
Browntown residents learned how land protection is a great tool to protect family farms and improve water quality.