Healthy waterways and drinking water depend on the viability of our parks, forests, farms, and other natural open spaces.
Virginia's forests filter out pollutants before reaching drinking water sources like rivers, streams, and lakes.
Parks, trails, and natural areas are the heart of Northern Virginia.
For Virginians, this is not a partisan issue. People need more ways and places to access trails and green spaces, especially in communities that tend to be underserved.
"As a fisherman myself who doesn't get nearly enough opportunities to put a line in the water, it's extremely gratifying to see trout swimming in this stream the way nature always intended."
-Alan Rowsome Executive Director
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We need you to help us protect and preserve Northern Virginia's natural areas. Your financial support makes our conservation work possible.
We are proud to be your local land trust serving
Northern Virginia for more than 25 years!