$1.9 million awarded for open space projects

VOF’s latest grants fund parks, trails, and other open spaces in 21 localities, including efforts by the Rappahannock Tribe to acquire and protect 703 acres in Richmond County.


acres in Virginia protected.


miles of rivers and streams.


miles of hiking and biking trails.


acres conserved every hour since 1966.

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The Virginia Outdoors Foundation has helped Virginia landowners protect hundreds of thousands of acres of farmland and forestland since 1966. Discover how VOF can help you protect your land for future generations.



Places That Connect

Fulfillment Farms, Albemarle County

The Wildlife Foundation of Virginia works to inspire present and future generations of sporting enthusiasts by providing public access to properties like Fulfillment Farms, nearly 2,000 acres of land protected by a VOF easement since 1997.

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Grant Spotlight

Bull Run Mountains Blog

Reflections on Gratitude

This past Saturday, preserve manager Joe Villari and I were thrilled to welcome fourteen participants to the north section for a guided hike. While we spent the afternoon enjoying the

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