Starting with pick-your-own strawberries in May, the three Green family farms bring opportunities for outdoor experiences all the way until December.
Residents of the historic Fifeville neighborhood have succeeded in restoring their connection to neighborhood resources with some help from VOF’s Get Outdoors program.
Craig County’s aptly named “Field of Dreams” Recreational Complex provides kids with a place to play at the foot of the Jefferson National Forest. A grant from VOF made the final piece of the complex’s infrastructure possible.
Formerly of DCR and Richmond Parks and Recreation, Nathan Burrell joins VOF as community conservation and government relations director.
The Northend Greenway Connection in Harrisonburg fills in a gap in city planners’ and local activists’ vision of bringing the city’s diverse neighborhoods and its resources together.
Fledgling program gives the next generation of conservationists hands-on experience in easement stewardship.
A network of open space dedicated to nature and the arts expands in the town of Scottsville, with help from VOF’s PTF and GO Fund programs.
Camp Kum-Ba-Yah’s swimming pools and outdoor spaces have been welcoming all kids since 1961. The property is now protected with an easement held by VOF and made possible through funding from the Virginia Land Conservation Fund.
All it took was a sidewalk to make Celeste Park’s wooded trails accessible on foot from downtown Rocky Mount.
A grant from the Virginia Outdoors Foundation for a take-out point on the Rockfish River is just the beginning of Nelson county’s efforts to increase public access to the scenic waterway.