All our efforts work together to achieve our mission to be the voice and active force for a healthy and scenic Rappahannock River.

Growing Trees and Family Traditions in Madison County

Growing Trees and Family Traditions in Madison County

When Paul Goodall walks his farm, he has a lot to remember. As he crosses the hilly pastures, Paul remembers to check his water troughs for overflow, inspect his cattle fence, and monitor the growth of a stand of newly planted trees. On a 600 acre farm, something...

FOR Hiring Environmental Educators

FOR Hiring Environmental Educators

Friends of the Rappahannock (FOR) is seeking energetic and passionate part-time environmental educators to lead a variety of on-site environmental education programs for school age youth.  The Environmental Educator will lead outdoor classes and follow existing lesson...

Clean Water Under Threat

62% of streams and wetlands could lose protection in the Rappahannock Watershed.

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