Stafford 4-H along with schools in Caroline and Louisa some of the recipients
Fredericksburg acquires 30 new sidewalk buttlers to replace the downtown “butt buckets” for cigarette litter collection
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The REC program would pay its members-owners to use less electricity during certain hours in the summer
VIDEO: Friends of the Rappahannock and James Monroe High School are working together in a program called “Trout in the Classroom.” Representatives from Friends of the Rappahannock talked to students in Michelle High’s class about their responsibilities from now until the fish are released in April.
AUDIO: Virginia Energy Sense is the Commonwealth’s energy education program under the guidance of the State Corporation Commission that provides tools to educate and empower Virginians to get involved and lower the amount of electricity they use.
VIDEO: A resolution will come before council in December. It asks Fredericksburg to commit to 100% renewable energy by 2050.
FOR says the funding helps continue efforts to reduce pollution in the Rappahannock. FOR says they’ll continue to with partners to continue to install riparian buffers, livestock exclusion fencing, living shorelines, restore oyster reefs and plant trees.
PHOTOS: Tree Fredericksburg volunteers were out early Saturday planting in Old Mill Park and along the Rappahannock River Heritage Trail.