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VCC is seeking an experienced and enthusiastic part-time Office Administrator to support donor and membership data and engagement, fundraising and community events, and to manage a broad range of administrative tasks. Candidates must have outstanding organizational, communication, and project management skills and be comfortable straddling a range of detail-oriented tasks. Please apply if you have […]Posted by Valley Conservation Council
The Land Trust has been conserving farmland in the New River region for many years, and we’re always looking for additional options to support agriculture in our rural community. Thanks to a new partnership with the Agrarian Trust, we’re joining communities around the nation to announce the formation of the Agrarian Commons, a new model […]Posted by New River Land Trust
Site of future multi-use trails on Brush Mountain Work on the new Brush Mountain trail system is expected to begin this month. We have secured the necessary permits to begin building the first miles of trail on Property 1. Work on this first phase will take about 3-4 weeks to complete. The Land Trust currently […]Posted by New River Land Trust
The Land Trust of Virginia has deep roots in northern Virginia, although our land protection has slowly been expanding south, and we have been working hard for almost 30 years to add to the quality of all of our lives. Our work has never been more important to me than right now. What is happening […]Posted by Land Trust of Virginia
On this 50th Anniversary of Earth Day, I’m thinking about how important our public outdoor spaces are. We have been working for almost two decades to promote conservation of natural and cultural resources in the New River region and several of our projects, including the new Brush Mountain Park, have been focused on public trails […]Posted by New River Land Trust
Since 2004, the Northern Neck Land Conservancy has partnered with conservation-minded landowners to place over 5,000 acres of Northern Virginia in conservation easements. Their conservation work is driven by a desire to preserve the natural and cultural heritage of the Northern Neck, a peninsula of Virginia bordered by the Potomac and Rappahannock Rivers. In 2019, […]Posted by Northern Neck Land Conservancy, Posted by Press Release
First, we hope that everyone is safe, healthy, and weathering the uncertainty of this time as best they can. Everyone we know is scrambling to adjust to a new normal and the many challenges of the pandemic. We are continuing with our conservation work, but at a slower pace. All of our Youth Outreach programs […]Posted by New River Land Trust
LTV Earns National Recognition: Demonstrating a Strong Commitment to Public Trust and Conservation Excellence
Press Release: Middleburg, VA (March 3, 2020) – The Land Trust of Virginia (LTV) has been awarded a second renewal of its accreditation by the national Land Trust Accreditation Commission. In doing so, LTV became one of the first 27 land trusts in the nation to have earned that distinction. One thing that unites us […]Posted by Land Trust of Virginia
As wonderfully stated in the January 2020 edition of the Middleburg Life, “Roll up your sleeves and prepare to get dirty, albeit metaphorically” – and movie goers did just that! On February 21st, the Land Trust of Virginia (LTV) and Goose Creek Association (GCA) co-sponsored a free community screening of the documentary film The Biggest […]Posted by Land Trust of Virginia