2021 Annual Report

Learn more about the lands we helped to conserve last year and other Conservation Partners News.Please share with your friends, neighbors, and colleagues!
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There Has Never Been a More Crucial Time to Preserve Virginia Farmland

Amid concerns of global food shortages and inflation, Virginia's farmers could be a major part of the solution for the United States.
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Webinar: Conservation Easements and Financial Planning

Join us on Wednesday, February 23rd at 12:00 for a conversation on how conservation easements can be used as an asset in financial planning. Register below! Online Form - Webinar Registration (Templates)Powered by Formstack
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Eco-Friendly Ways to Celebrate the Holidays

While the holidays can be extravagant, it doesn't mean they have to be wasteful! When it comes to trees... It tends to be more sustainable to buy a real Christmas tree. Artificial trees are made...
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National Recycling Day

Typically when we think of what can be recycled, we picture aluminum cans and plastic bottles; however, so many more items can be recycled in different ways you may not have even thought of! This...
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Freshwater Mussels in Virginia

Look at these freshwater mussels we found in the Maury River during the Great Valley Cleanup! Freshwater mussels are critical species in rivers’ and streams’ ecosystems. Why? They actually improve the quality of the water...
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Your Virginia Fall Bucket List for Conserved Lands

1. Head for a leisurely drive along Skyline Drive. With 105 miles containing 75 overlooks, you are guaranteed some stunning fall views of the Blue Ridge Mountains and Shenandoah National Park. 2. Visit Richard’s Fruit Market, just outside of...
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You’re Invited- Great Valley Cleanup

Come one come all! Help us make an impact by joining Conservation Partners and Valley Conservation Council in picking up litter to help keep our Valley pristine! You can team up with our groups in...
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