- Protecting Virginia’s scenic viewsheds
- Promoting more walkable and bicycle friendly options in communities
- Promoting tree planting, roadside wildflower and scenic byway programs
Southwest Piedmont Virginia Master Naturalist Chapter has been awarded a $1,000 grant in the Beautification and Community Greening Category. @KeepVABeautiful gives away the 4th of 30 grants!
James River Association has been awarded a $1,000 grant in the Beautification and Community Greening Category. The KVB grant program focuses greater resources and attention on individual localities throughout the Commonwealth and how they are addressing the issues of litter prevention, recycling, waste reduction, beautification and education.
On March 24th, KVB along with Altria, Hands On Richmond and The City of Richmond, held a massive Great American Clean-up on the Boulevard between the I-95 and the Diamond. 100+ Volunteers removed 1 ton of litter and debris, planted trees and bushes, counted cigarette butts (almost 9000 butts were retrieved within 2 blocks), and […]
In honor of Earth Month this April, KVB will be giving a $1,000 grant daily to deserving groups and organizations to help fulfill our mission..
Each new year, we all make our resolutions. What’s yours? My goal is to clean up a little bit of Virginia every day.
“This is a very historic moment in the history and the future of the Chesapeake Bay,” said Shawn Garvin, administrator of the EPA’s mid-Atlantic region.
The mission of Scenic Virginia is to promote the Commonwealth’s scenic qualities in a way that makes you recognize and appreciate their value.