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We are proud to announce that Leif Riddervold has joined the team at Virginia Forestry and Wildlife Group. Leif is well known and respected in Central Virginia from his recent work as Natural Resource Manager for Bundoran Farm where he … Continue reading
Spring came about 3 weeks early this year, and had us scrambling to squeeze all of the burning we had planned in before things got too green. We were mostly successful, but a few projects will have to wait until … Continue reading
Please visit the link below from our friends at the National Bobwhite Conservation Initiative to read about further efforts to promote grasslands and wetlands. http://bringbackbobwhites.org/newsroom/in-the-news/225-usda-initiative-for-grassland-and-wetlands-commended In Virginia, there are tons of programs to protect forested land, but outside of the … Continue reading
Burn season has officially begun here at Virginia Forestry and Wildlife. We were able to sneak in a field burn just before the snow started falling on Friday night. This particular burn is part of a quail habitat restoration project … Continue reading
Virginia Forestry and Wildlife Group wishes everyone a happy holiday season and hope you are enjoying the milder winter weather this year to get out afield. We are excited for a new year and have lots of great projects lined … Continue reading
After years of wallowing in the saddening despair of the bobwhite decline, this summer has given me glimpses of hope. For those that need catching up, here is a brief summary of what is has happened to quail populations in … Continue reading
Starting in the middle of February, I really get sick of winter. I doubt I am alone in this sentiment. In our neck of the woods in Virginia we had a cold winter, but little snow compared to last year. … Continue reading
Virginia Forestry and Wildlife Group has had a busy winter with several planting projects. Though we have had to dodge snowstorms and lots of really cold weather, we have trees and shrubs in the ground becoming acclimated to their new … Continue reading
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