VOF, Bull Run Mountains Conservancy, and the Clifton Institute partnered in April to host biological survey at Bull Run Mountains Preserve.
“Shand’s Tract” project was supported by $700,000 from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, North American Wetlands Conservation Act and $50,000 from the Enviva Forest Conservation Fund.
Cadets help to clear a section of trail at the 875-acre reserve as part of their spring field training exercises.
$3 million available for projects that offset forest fragmentation caused by the Mountain Valley Pipeline in Southwest Virginia.
63-acre preserve offers educational programs, trails, and wildlife in one of Virginia’s most rapidly growing counties.