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.
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.
Applications for latest round of Preservation Trust Fund and Get Outdoors grants are due by March 11, 2022.
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.
Thanks to the hard work and partnership of area leaders, the unused space at Lawrenceville’s trailhead to the Tobacco Heritage Trail will become a playground for kids from near and far.
Projects include outdoor classrooms, neighborhood green spaces, historic sites and other community-driven projects in 25 towns and cities.
Harrison Park is getting a new walking trail thanks to a grant from VOF’s GO Program.
Exposing kids early to the fun of cycling can lead to a lifetime of healthy choices. The Roanoke Outside Foundation has been awarded a Get Outdoors Grant to build trails that can get kids started and that experienced bikers can enjoy.
Every year, the Potomac Riverkeeper Network hosts Riverpalooza, with events along the Potomac and Shenandoah Rivers designed to grow a cohesive and diverse community of Riverkeepers.