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.
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Local officials asking state residents to take this watch seriously and to familiarize themselves on voluntary measures they can take during the drought watch to help conserve water. A drought watch is issued to increase public awareness of climate conditions
Meeting planned October 9th at Eastern View High School
Lifting the advisory means swimming can take place at Lake Anna in Spotsy, Orange and Louisa
Virginia State Parks Round Up program pays big dividends. New water stations are expected to save more than 200,000 plastic water bottles annually.
On Aug. 7, 2019, the Virginia Department of Conservation and Recreation (DCR) acquired a 270-acres of land for the future Clinch River State Park.
The Upper and Middle Pamunkey Branches as well as the Upper and Middle North Anna Branches of Lake Anna in Orange, Louisa and Spotsylvania counties are experiencing a harmful algae bloom.
AUDIO: Virginia Energy Sense is the Commonwealth’s energy education program. Managed by Virginia’s State Corporation Commission, its mission is to help all Virginians understand their energy use and how to save energy easily and cost effectively. We talked about the program with Andy Farmer.