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Fones Cliffs Development Threatens Rappahannock River

One of the most important bald eagle habitats on the East Coast is in danger of being turned into a luxury residential community and resort, complete with golf


Friends of the Rappahannock is proud to announce the approval of funding from the Chesapeake Bay Office of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration

Oyster Reef Sanctuary in Lancaster Creek

Oysters, Restoration, and Education! What an amazing way to spend a Friday on the Rappahannock River!  Thanks to several recent grant awards, Friends of

Get to know the River

FOR vols assist with Christmas Bird Count

Friends of the Rappahannock volunteers joined forces with the Fredericksburg Birding Club for the 115th annual Audubon Christmas Bird Count on Sunday, Jan. 4,

Rappahannock River deemed safe two days after sewage spills into tributary

BY SCOTT SHENK/THE FREE LANCE-STAR Thursday August 27, 2015 Two days after a sewage leak closed two parks and the city dock, Stafford County officials

Bald Eagles on the Rappahannock River

By Taylor McConnell Biology Major Class of 2016 University of Mary Washington The Center for Conservation Biology (CCB) reports 219 breeding bald eagle

Riverwatch sponsored by Birchwood Power