VOF establishes committee to engage community in House Mountain management

At its June 25 meeting in Warrenton, Va., the Virginia Outdoors Foundation’s Board of Trustees voted unanimously to establish a House Mountain Committee to provide a continuing forum for community input in the management of VOF’s 876-acre House Mountain Reserve in Rockbridge County. V
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Investing in House Mountain’s Future

Twenty-five years after working with partners in Rockbridge County to purchase House Mountain as a public resource, the Virginia Outdoors Foundation is looking to flesh out a management plan outline that was drafted by the partners in 1988, but never fully developed or implemented. VO
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