All our efforts work together to achieve our mission to be the voice and active force for a healthy and scenic Rappahannock River.

Fones Cliffs property dedicated to the Rappahannock Indians

Fones Cliffs property dedicated to the Rappahannock Indians

Last May, Senator John Warner (center) joined Congressman Rob Wittman, USFWS Director Dan Ashe, Essex County Countryside Alliance Director Peter Bance, Chesapeake Conservancy's Joel Dunne and Joe McCauley, Rappahannock River Wildlife Manager Andy Hoffman to discuss...

Brook Trout Released in Rappahannock Headwaters

Brook Trout Released in Rappahannock Headwaters

In the fall of 2016, Friends of the Rappahannock kicked off the second year of our Trout in the Classroom (TIC) program thanks to an Environmental Education grant from the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). TIC is a nationwide program run by our partners at Trout...

FOR Summer Camp Roundup: June 19-30

FOR Summer Camp Roundup: June 19-30

We just wrapped up our first two weeks of FOR Summer Camp and all I can say is WOW! What a fun time and what a great bunch of campers. This is my first summer as a FOR camp counselor, so it was a crazy--but also rewarding--two weeks of learning and growing for...