Honeybee Losses Reach 60 Percent “To help bolster the honeybee population, VDACS is encouraging … border plantings of bee-friendly plants around crop fields provides needed forage, particularly in hot, dry summer months and into the fall.” https://rappnews.com/2018/07/01/honeybee-losses-reach-60-percent/ The post Honeybee Losses Reach 60 Percent appeared first on Friends of the Blue Ridge Mountains.
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Here is our position statement on “Envision” the 2040 Comprehensive Plan. We encourage you to share your opinion with your local supervisors, newspapers and planning commission. FBRM Envision Position Statement 7 25 2018 The post FBRM Position Statement on “Envision” the 2040 Comprehensive Plan appeared first on Friends of the Blue Ridge Mountains.
JK Moving, Loudoun Wildlife Conservancy Partner to Protect an Ecologically Unique and Significant Property in Loudoun Loudoun Wildlife Conservancy (LWC)and JK Moving Services, a global moving, storage, relocation, and logistics enterprise, announced that they are partnering to protect an 87 acre parcel of land in northern Loudoun County called Stumptown Woods that has more native […]
Friends of the Blue Ridge Mountains Announces 2018 “Jane Pratt Blue Ridge Mountains Education Award” Winner
Friends of the Blue Ridge Mountains is pleased to announce the awarding of the “Jane Pratt Blue Ridge Mountains Education Award” to a Zach Konicke, a graduating senior from Loudoun Valley High School who will be attending Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University in the More The post Friends of the Blue Ridge Mountains Announces 2018 “Jane […]
The third round of public input is scheduled with meetings between May 14 and May 24, 2018. The entire draft General Plan and Countywide Transportation will be available for review and comment. The format has exhibits and opportunity for the public input. The More The post Envision Loudoun appeared first on Friends of the Blue […]
Envision Loudoun Upcoming Open House Meetings The following open houses will be held from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m.: Monday, May 14, 2018, Harmony Middle School, 38174 W Colonial Highway, Hamilton Wednesday, May 16, 2018, Harper Park Middle School, 701 Potomac Station Drive, Leesburg Monday, May 21, 2018, Eagle Ridge Middle School, 42901 Waxpool Road, Ashburn Tuesday, May 22, 2018, […]
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AT&T’s proposed monopole on Short Hill Mountain at 12355 White Rock Road, Purcellville, VA 20132, is indicated on the plats as a 150 foot structure capped with a 5 foot antenna. The proposed location for the monopole, at approximately 1,424 feet altitude, already has More The post This is an email distributed by our friends at […]
Saimanga Palnati: The Effect of Environmental Pollution on Plant Growth in Loudoun County, VA Alexis Van Lenten: The Effect of Contaminated Runoff on Local Bodies of Water Ryan Chong (in photo) and Amaar Farooq: Remediating Aliaria petionata Affected Soil with Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungi Post a Comment
Posted on February 2, 2018 Join members of the Blue Ridge Conservation Alliance for an interactive discussion featuring excerpts from “Hometown Habitat,” a documentary that challenges traditional ideas about how we manage our properties and what we can do to promote biodiversity. Post a Comment