What we do

Save the Crabs, Then Eat 'Em

What is Save the Crabs, Then Eat 'Em? Why on earth are we talking about saving the crabs just to eat them? Well, take a moment, shut your eyes and think about

Richmound County Student Cleanup

Richmond County Public School’s sixth grade class held their cleanup on Saturday, April 18th, at the Main Street Park in Warsaw! The day was a great success

Locus Grove Middle School Rocks Raingardens for Student Stream Team

Every year Friends of the Rappahannock works with local partners to design and install a variety of restoration projects throughout the Rappahannock River

Bald Eagles on the Rappahannock River

By Taylor McConnell Biology Major Class of 2016 University of Mary Washington The Center for Conservation Biology (CCB) reports 219 breeding bald eagle

What you can do

FOR vols assist with Christmas Bird Count

Friends of the Rappahannock volunteers joined forces with the Fredericksburg Birding Club for the 115th annual Audubon Christmas Bird Count on Sunday, Jan. 4,

Support Friends of the Rappahannock

There are many ways to show your support for the Rappahannock River and the work our organization does.

Moonlight Paddle

Join Friends of the Rappahannock July 10 for a Moonlight Paddle on the Rappahannock River. Float in kayaks from Old Mill Park to City Dock with trip leader

John Marshall Soil and Water Conservation District (JMSWCD)

The John Marshall Soil and Water Conservation district (JMSWCD) one of our many conservation partners in the headwaters of the Rappahannock River watershed.