Preserve will continue to require social distancing under Virginia’s Phase One reopening plan in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Easement along scenic river frontage at Rappahannock Station Battlefield provides permanent water access to the public for recreation and education.
First Natural Sciences Fellow, Meredith Hart, will begin insect research at the Preserve in May.
The Friends of Lower Appomattox River’s acquisition of 4.8 acres just upriver from Patton Park was supported by a $159,000 grant from VOF’s Preservation Trust Fund.
$21,150 in grants awarded to local governments and nonprofits in six localities, with about half of funding coming from VOF’s TERRA program.
Since the COVID-19 pandemic has begun, much of the public has been seeking refuge and entertainment in outdoor spaces. As a result, the Bull Run Mountains Natural Area Preserve has seen a dramatic increase in public visitation, with the parking lot filling up every open day and large crowds using the trail network. Unfortunately, with …
Plan outlines strategies for a community-driven approach to restoring one of the nation’s most significant African American cultural treasures.
17,000 new acres of open space protected across 40 localities, bringing total portfolio to 860,000 acres.
Official URL for website address and email addresses will change to vof.org.
The Virginia Outdoors Foundation (VOF) has announced up to $5,000 per project in funding for grants to enhance water quality in the Appomattox River watershed. The grants are being made through VOF’s new Appomattox River Fund, which was established using mitigation funds through an agreement between VOF and the Virginia Department of Transportation. The fund’s …