Downtown Tappahannock has a new place for kids to learn and play thanks in part to a grant from VOF’s Get Outdoors fund.
Fairfax NAACP partnered with United Community, Calleva Outdoors and VOF to create four week-long summer camps for kids in two Alexandria neighborhoods that lack access to safe outdoor space.
Protected by a VOF easement since 2005, Morven Park welcomes over 500,000 visitors a year to tour its mansion, explore its trails, participate in equestrian and educational programming, and much more.
Michael Carter. Jr., is working on inspiring a new generation of farmers with educational events on his fifth-generation family farm.
The establishment of the 88-acre Newton Neck Preserve is a a victory for conservationists and communities in the City of Chesapeake and throughout the bay watershed.
The Read Mountain Preserve has more than doubled in size thanks to a fruitful public/private partnership between a local advocacy group, local agencies, landowners and grants from VOF’s Preservation Trust and Forest Core funds.
Community advocates have created six green spaces in the heart of Richmond’s East End with help from partners including VOF.
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.