Supervisors Hear Last Push on Short Hill Cell Tower Plan Taken from Loudoun Now 2021-09-15 By Renss Greene After the penultimate meeting on a proposal by AT&T to build a 125-foot monopole on top of Short Hill Mountain, it remains unclear what supervisors will decide. A public hearing on Wednesday night brought out one last […]
Volunteers help unload Nature by Design’s truck.Photo by Kim Strader Loudoun Wildlife Conservancy’s Fall Native Plant Sale on September 11 was a success thanks to our volunteers, nursery vendors and more than 600 customers that attended the sale. A tremendous amount of work goes into planning and hosting the semi-annual Native Plant Sales so we […]
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LTV’s Fall 2021 issue of Conservation News update focuses on the happenings on some of our conservation easements, a new Board Member, and news on our recently recorded conservation easements! Fullscreen Mode The post 2021 Fall Newsletter of Conservation News appeared first on Land Trust of Virginia.
On a beautiful, warm and sunny Thursday morning, seven birders, including trip leader Bruce Hill, visited three locations in south Ashburn. At our first stop, the trails near the National Parks and Recreation Association produced good looks at Acadian and Great-crested Flycatchers, Double-crested Cormorants on the lake, and flyovers by an Osprey, two Red-shouldered Hawks […]
There is a persistent rumor that Spring 2021 is coming to our Blue Ridge Mountains and it is bringing with it daffodils, mountain laurel, flowering dogwood, bluets, crocus and a broad pallet of colors and aromas. As always with the rumor of Spring, many of our readers are thinking about getting outside, walking in the […]
Our world has become very small over the past year. For many of us, our home has been our world. We’ve probably hunkered down at home for days, maybe weeks or months, before venturing out for food and other necessities. Perhaps we’ve been permitted to telecommute or teach remotely. Regardless of the scenario, we’ve definitely […]
Dear LTV Family and Friends, 2020 – What a year! I have felt the anxiety and the pain of the pandemic, politics, and racial inequities. But I have also felt a readjustment of my life; finding a healthier balance, spending less time commuting and more time with family, and a greater appreciation for my […]
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