Grants support implementation of resilient practices and enhance the ability of organizations and government agencies to plan for resiliency projects within the coastal zone.
VOF is seeking proposals for projects that will create safe access to open space and provide other public benefits.
New program funded by VOF and administered by Wetlands Watch supports the implementation of resilient practices and enhances the ability of organizations and government agencies to plan for resiliency projects within the coastal zone.
Projects include parks, trails, and programs that increase safe access to open space in 21 localities.
The Virginia Department of Conservation and Recreation has purchased 775 acres in Giles and Bland counties with a grant from VOF’s Forest CORE Fund.
The Virginia Outdoors Foundation has released the 2022 Community Impact report showcasing its work at the Bull Run Mountains Preserve. You may download a PDF copy of the report here. …
Easements can be amended through July 24th with “Safe Harbor” language to substitute for boundary line adjustment and extinguishment provisions that may trigger an audit.
$90,000 available for capacity building, implementation, stewardship, and tree-planting projects in Virginia’s Coastal Zone. Applications due July 7th.
About 85% of VOF’s total easement portfolio, or 745,000 acres, have been protected since the tax credit took effect in 2000.
New park will provide recreational opportunities for residents of and visitors to the City of Franklin while protecting the scenic Blackwater River and bald cypress habitat.