NVCT Fact Sheet
We are a regional, nonprofit land trust that sustains abundant, thriving natural places in our Virginia communities, and is saving nearby nature in rural and urban areas. (Click here for our fact sheet)
December 15, 2017: Aldo Leopold Read-a-thon Jan. 14; save the date for 2018 lunch focusing on the connection between land conservation and water March 15; your gift to NVCT is a gift to the community; reflections from our UMW intern; working with Little Hunting Creek community on NVCT land; and use our CFC number during open enrollment.
November 20, 2017: Announcing winners of our Nearby Nature Photo Contest; NVCT’s 100th conservation easement protects 90 acres in Fairfax County next to the Manassas National Battlefield Park; seven conservation properties added to the Chesapeake String of Pearls Project; and the read-a-thon of A Sand County Almanac set for Jan. 14.
October 17, 2017: Photo contest deadline Oct. 31; link to NVCT survey; pix from Hunting Creek Kayak Cleanup; United Way and CFC designation codes; and upcoming events including talk about ecology of Hunting Creek.