Snorkeling, fishing and kayaking are just a few of the things Richard Bland students had the opportunity to do in 2021 and 2022 thanks to VOF’s Get Outdoors Fund.
Thousands of kids from the Richmond area are connecting with the outdoors at the Bellemeade Park and Outdoor Learning Center.
Defensores de la Cuenca eliminates the language barrier for Latino families, providing them with the tools they need to connect with the watershed.
Appalachia’s musical heritage will regain a place to be taught and celebrated with the renovation of the Mount Rogers School, once home to a string band program that kept the music playing.
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.
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.
Community advocates have created six green spaces in the heart of Richmond’s East End with help from partners including VOF.
Residents of the historic Fifeville neighborhood have succeeded in restoring their connection to neighborhood resources with some help from VOF’s Get Outdoors program.