- Protecting Virginia’s scenic viewsheds
- Promoting more walkable and bicycle friendly options in communities
- Promoting tree planting, roadside wildflower and scenic byway programs
The Chesapeake Bay Foundation just collected about 125,000 pounds of litter in a single day. Not very nice, is it?
We’ve had the pleasure of encouraging recycling and litter prevention at a ton of great events.
We’ve awarded our last 2015 Grant to this State Park for litter prevention. They will install cigarette receptacles around the grounds.
This Crewe middle school will use a 30 in 30 Grant to make a 2 year old community garden sustainable. All students will participate.
This Midlothian elementary school will use their Award to beautify temporary trailers with environmental themes and gardens.
This Falls Church school will use their Grant to install pollinator gardens throughout their grounds.
The grant money awarded will be used to purchase flowers and shrubs to beautify the school grounds of the county Alternative Programs