Take a journey to the heart of nature and culture in VA's Appalachians.
Explore scenes from Virginia's largest planting of longleaf pine.
Watch as Camp Occahannock's living shoreline takes shape.
Celebrate the "ribbon" cutting for newly restored sections of Meadow Creek.
Travel into a primeval swamp in search of ancient cypress trees.
Celebrate the reopening of Voorhees Preserve.
Our intrepid LEAF interns wade into mountain rivers and scramble through the Potomac Gorge.
Go behind the scenes of the world's largest seagrass restoration effort.
See biologists attempt to band endangered woodpecker chicks at Piney Grove Preserve.
Follow Meadow Creek's journey from badly degraded stream to well functioning waterway.
Celebrate 10 years of conservation success on Warm Springs Mountain.
Go inside the Big Wilson burn and meet team members on the fire lines.
Wade into the watery world of imperiled freshwater mussels.
Join volunteers as they restore habitat on the Eastern Shore, providing a critical rest stop for migratory birds.
Meet these colorful birds that call the Eastern Shore home.
Take a virtual kayak trip along the Dragon Run.
Follow our LEAF interns’ adventures in conservation.
Think of a Conservancy project in Virginia, and the image in your head likely came from Mary Porter.