Seeking creative solutions to Virginia's most complex conservation challenges. Year in Review 2016
- FORESTS AND WOODLANDS. We work to ensure that Virginia’s forests continue to harbor wildlife, support recreation and forestry, and clean the air we breathe and the water we drink.
- RIVERS AND BAYS. From the Chesapeake Bay to the Clinch River, we seek to secure clean water, abundant wildlife and sustainable fisheries for the benefit of people and nature.
- OCEAN AND COAST. We are revolutionizing ocean management to protect and sustain marine life, coastal communities and a bountiful ocean for generations to come.
- CLIMATE. Protecting and restoring healthy natural systems can enable habitats, wildlife and human communities to withstand climate change and rising seas.
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Longleaf pine was harvested to near extinction by 1893. We’re working with partners to turn the tide and restore this iconic tree.
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Join us on the fire lines for a prescribed burn of 180 acres of longleaf pine.
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