VOF will assist James River Association and Department of Forestry with outreach to landowners.
$75,000 grant to Enrichmond comes on the heels of UNESCO designation of the cemetery as “a site of memory associated with the Slave Route Project.”
June activities provide opportunities for the public to explore Hayfields Reserve in Highland County.
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.
The Virginia Outdoors Foundation and the Enrichmond Foundation have closed the deal on a conservation easement that sets the stage for one of the largest restoration efforts of a historic African-American cemetery in the nation.
The Virginia Outdoors Foundation (VOF) and the Enrichmond Foundation will announce a major milestone in our efforts to protect and restore historic Evergreen Cemetery in Richmond on January 21, during a community cleanup event that’s part of the Martin Luther King, Jr. National Day of Service. Evergreen is the resting place for thousands of individuals […]
The Virginia Outdoors Foundation (VOF) recorded 70 open-space easements in 41 counties and cities in 2018. The 15,928 acres of newly protected land includes VOF’s first easements in the cities of Alexandria and Richmond. Ten of the projects require permanent public access to the land. These projects received about $1.3 million in funding from the […]