Latest grants support parks, trails, tribal lands, youth programs and other projects that increase public access to open space in 21 different counties and cities.
A parcel owned by the Capital Region Land Conservancy along the Appomattox River is now protected for public access and will contribute to the development of the Appomattox River Trail.
V.B. “Tack” Richardson, III, of Alexandria and Elizabeth Copeland of King William County have been appointed to VOF’s board.
VOF is seeking proposals for projects that will create safe access to open space and provide other public benefits.
Projects being funded include parks, trails, community gardens, and other spaces that will connect people with the outdoors.
Call 844-863-9800 and use new staff extensions to reach our programs and services.
Applications for latest round of Preservation Trust Fund and Get Outdoors grants are due by March 11, 2022.
VOF welcomes Board Chair Sissy Crowther of Northumberland County, Elsie Delva-Smith of Middlesex County, and Ali Afonja of Hampton to its governance board.
Projects include outdoor classrooms, neighborhood green spaces, historic sites and other community-driven projects in 25 towns and cities.
Gouldin Farm, Caroline County The Conservation Fund and Virginia Outdoors Foundation have partnered to protect the 373-acre Gouldin Farm right outside U.S. Army Garrison Fort A.P. Hill in Bowling Green, …