The Arlington Outdoor Lab has forged a lasting bond with generations of Arlington County residents, who rallied together this year to save its funding.
Clarke County has protected 24% of its land mass through conservation easements. Winkie Mackay-Smith is an important reason why.
The New River Hill Farm Education Center partners with the Grayson County School District to host “Farm Days,” giving kids the chance to learn about agriculture as they grow their own produce.
Smith makes room for agriculture, wildlife habitat, and rescue-dog training on her 92-acre property in Goochland County.
The Middle Peninsula Public Access Authority is giving the Captain Sinclair Recreational Area a makeover with the help of a grant from VOF’s Preservation Trust Fund.
Historic site is the resting place for descendants of the first African slaves in English North America.
Buckroe Beach in Hampton has provided generations of Virginians with beach vacations close to home, as shown in this postcard produced in 1910.
The Thayers’ early support of conservation in Washington County has been key to VOF’s success in the region over the past 20 years.
What began in 1953 as a small wagon at the end of a driveway has become a destination for families in the region looking for fresh produce and fun festivals.
Tucked along the Smith River just south of Martinsville, this gem of a community park speaks to the power of partnership and the resilience of nature.