The webinar provided an overview of the 2020 grant round, which is focused on community-supported conservation projects in nine Southwest Virginia localities.
Forest CORE Grant Round for 2020 Focuses on Community-Supported Projects
Projects to restore Evergreen & East End Cemeteries in Richmond and create Hinchee Park in Roanoke receive silver awards in the land conservation category.
We’re learning more about the people who came to live on the mountain thanks to our cultural history fellow, Barinaale Dube.
Bull Run Mountains Blog
Janis Stone, Potomac Appalachian Trail Club Co-District Manager and dedicated Preserve Volunteer, shares her experience of volunteering in the Preserve and the knowledge she has gained about the natural world.
VOF Entomologist Meredith Hart treats us to another bug-filled information session, touching on the global significance of entomological work and insect preservation
A look into some of the methods of uncovering Black family history in Virginia.
Folk Life in the Bull Run Mountains: an Introduction to our Folk History Intern and her approach to studying an iconic mountain figure
Annie Mickum, a native of The Plains, brings her Culture and Media Studies background to the Preserve to research folk history, centering on the life of Jack Dawson.