The Town of Narrows wanted to protect its mountain backdrop and refurbish its trails. One grant from VOF’s Forest Core Fund made it possible to do both.
The Weller Woods Learning Trail will provide the students of its namesake elementary school with opportunities to let nature be their teacher.
On Anathallo Acres, owner Alex Moore’s land ethic and business sense are helping the farm “flourish anew.”
With help from volunteers and VOF’s Get Outdoors fund, Essex County’s Rotary Poorhouse Park is set for its long-delayed grand opening.
VOF’s Appomattox River Fund supplied the trees for a new segment of the Town of Farmville’s Dogwood Trail.
On this 32-acre property, the public can connect with the New River through cleanups, fly-fishing clinics, workshops, nature walks, kayaking lessons, and more throughout the year.
The Town of Brodnax is getting more local families out to the park with new playground equipment, funded by VOF’s Get Outdoors Fund.
Protected by a VOF easement since 2011, 12 Ridges Vineyard welcomes guests to come enjoy its acclaimed wines and spectacular views.
A grant from VOF’s Forest Core Fund is helping ensure protection of the iconic view from McAfee Knob, one of the AT’s most photographed views.
The Blue Ridge Discovery Center hosts immersive outdoor experiences out of its headquarters at the foot of Whitetop Mountain. Grants from VOF both helped open the doors to the center and make its restored habitats more accessible to visitors.