Meet Brent Hunsinger: River Steward

Meet Brent Hunsinger: River Steward

As River Steward for Caroline, King George and Spotsylvania Counties and State Policy Coordinator, my job is to serve as a local advocate for the river. I’ll help manage several regionally focused restoration programs, provide high value environmental education...
Meet Adam Lynch: River Steward

Meet Adam Lynch: River Steward

As River Steward for the city of Fredericksburg and Stafford County, I am proud to do my part to carry on FOR’s legacy as a fierce advocate for the Rappahannock River. That includes every stream, wetland and pond in the river system, as well as the lands that...
Free Trees in Fredericksburg Region

Free Trees in Fredericksburg Region

Are you a home, business, or other landowner living in the Fredericksburg region? Would you like to have more trees on your property? My name is Ryan Murray and if your answer to both of those questions was “yes!” then you might be interested in my project. I am a...
FOR receives a $27,000 grant to aid pollution reduction projects

FOR receives a $27,000 grant to aid pollution reduction projects

Friends of the Rappahannock is excited to announce that we have been awarded a $27,000 grant from the Virginia Environmental Endowment.This grant will be used on pollution reduction conservation projects in the upper and middle Rappahannock watershed. These efforts...
Expanding public access on the Upper Rappahannock River

Expanding public access on the Upper Rappahannock River

Friends of the Rappahannock (FOR) is excited to be working with an excellent coalition of partners to expand public access in the headwaters region through the creation of an Upper Rappahannock River Water Trail. FOR believes that public access, so people can...