Girl Scouts Journey in a Weekend

Girl Scouts Journey in a Weekend

This “Journey in a Weekend” would allow Brownie, Junior, and Cadette Girl Scouts to explore the Rappahannock River watershed and experience nature in a compelling way. We are looking to host 30-50 Brownie, Junior, and Cadette girls on our property to camp out Saturday...
Students in Action!

Students in Action!

This fall Friends of the Rappahannock (FOR) has been working hard to get students to take action to protect our watershed. Through these projects we aim to inspire the future stewards of the Rappahannock! The following is a list of all the student action projects that...
Welcome Jennifer Gron to the Team!

Welcome Jennifer Gron to the Team!

Question: What made you want to enter the field of natural resource protection? Jennifer: I have held a passion and deep appreciation for everything our natural world has to offer for as long as I can remember and can’t imagine myself working in any other field.  I...
Familiar Faces, New Roles

Familiar Faces, New Roles

The depth of the skill set of our staff always amazes me! Do you need someone who can teach about watersheds, design and build a waterwheel, comb through databases and create block prints of local wildlife? We have that! Do you need someone who can teach about local...
MWEE Program Gains Strength in 2018

MWEE Program Gains Strength in 2018

It’s official! Friends of the Rappahannock (FOR), in partnership with Caroline County Public Schools (CCPS), Spotsylvania County Public Schools (SCPS), Tri-County City Soil and Water Conservation District, Virginia Cooperative Extension and Lake Anna State Park, were...

By the Numbers in 2018

Challenges facing the Rappahannock gave it a C rating in our 2018 River Report Card. We’re raising that grade. Be inspired by some of our favorite stories across the watershed.

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